The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
November 15, 1883


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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' .,....}.t'tt'r,.:.,.;;;, '" iVIBGDlIA.- A.returns. ,' November 5th; 1883.: : .It is whispered: On motion it was ordered that the From our regular correspondent. 1
;"'J: 1ID r ,qe., Nov. 7.Full '' This being a call meeting for the purpose I That LaGrange will show up as an exhibit I clerk of,the Board be instructed to,notify WAsraxoroNT, D.C.,Nov. 3, 1883.

: -.'f fool vote' of Richmond to beTheDemo of organiring the Board of Public at'the' expiration of the present. or Wm. Watton'that the,proposal for.paint The formal transfer of the command of

t ii tM JizP ever east; Instruction.for.IirevardCo., there were ange season, 'a' shipment of more than ing the Court House accepted.P. the Army from General Wm.T.Sherman

it. tJ' is 2616. In the HanoverIjSSNfcfefclrCtan. found to be present.. W. R. Sanders, holding twelve,thousand boxes. .:D.WESSON chairman.A. to Lieut.General P. H. Sheridan, took

M.C. Wickham, M E English,,B R Wilson, J M That Lagrange can boast of having the A. STEW nT clerk. place at.noon yesterday at the headquarters -

I I i tout'repablican, voted for by the Dixon., ;late .appointees,, and,.A. Brady, largest day school''(.Brevard., ,The roll ...... of the Army in'the War:Department
/: rgQ; .,defeats CoL A.. W.. Jones Co. So peI1n.'I' numbers more than thirty pupils. What St. Lucie Items. building. General Sheridan spent the

/Mi&L, This is a gain of another''f3ena The members,present,completed,the organiation say you City Point? Last week Capt. James Russell' and an forenoon in making himself acquaintedwith
. 'star tor democrats. The returns up of the Board'of Pub. InttruatknforBrevardcountyas Indian' had been "thinning out" the bear the! business of the office.. General:
That the wedding bell will tinkle early
to nidaigat cause the democrats to claim follows: about Baugh and Barnes'cane farm. -'The' Sherman and the ,,members of his staff
this winter for double wedding. I
. a
; i met gain,to give them the >House J./3L Dixon, chairman, B. R. Wilson, Indian disappeared'and it is ,apprehended ': rendered him every ,assistance. Shortly

and pro or three majority in the Senate, 1rL E.; English. and A. Brady, 'sec'y. and That Tom Johnson, the cooper, madea that he is'Higer-ketched" or killed bya before 12 o'clock..the two highest r officers

'tiA eproepectof Increasing this 'estimate.'D.ddeinocratic shipment of twenty-five syrup barrelsto rattlesnake. of the army called on the Secretary of ;

: gains 'are, reported agarThe, claim of Hiss H.: J. Baker for $25 .New I Smyrna this week. Tom'makesthe Capt., Hogg ,makes regular trips to War;Gen.Sherman to take leave

t:ton Wjihe,Montgomery, Smyth.Ifland for teaching school No. 13 during Augustand best I syrup barrel in South Florida. Jacksonville. ,As a publlc-c rrier he beats and Gen.Sheridan to report for duty.. ;

,and Boanoke counties. The"Dispatch, September 1883 was ordered paid. That' Mr. Willie Wolfe, who has been Manager Watson's steamers all hollow. The transfer, ,was' accomplished J quietly :

. 'the JeIaiDg' democratic journal of the The Sec. and';Agt was ordered to have absent for a number of years has returned The St. Lucie winter resort will be and without any ceremony whatever; beyond -,
'Stait claims i glorious victory, with agqodty all book accounts over due settled at the with his'bride, and will winter at his the issuance of general orders, noti I
this friend
I opened season by our Jones.
"on" joint ;ballot.of ten, which" earliest day possible..The grove near Pace's Landing. As,a political"boss" he aint nowhere,but :I fying the army of the change" 'of Com-

:increased to twenty-five. Sec. and Agt'was authorized to That the steamer Fox carried off 'more he may make a pretty good "chief cook manders. i

The s aggregate popular majorities will foot purchase suitable furniture for the room than a hundred boxes of oranges from and bottle washer" for the visitors. 'The State Department has been rather

'ap between 10,000 a 20,000. The prom: of the School. Board, not exceeding $35. I LaGrange hut Saturday. about about hard up for something'to,do of.late, nd'
I inentBeadjusters here have given up The following rules were adopted : Talking county politics, if does a
, That Mr. A. Brady left ,on Friday'smail the cheekiest is his some distinguished foreigner. not
man just "shoving
,- the'c contest There is no doubt but that 1 Any locality claiming a'school must boat to visit the schools on lower come Washington: soon for Secretary
!face in. He another in his
4e democrats have elected a majority in provide,: a public school house, must selectat Indian River, having thoroughly canvassed first apes Frelinghnysen to present to the President,

''both branches of'the Legislature. They least one' trustee, and secure a teacher those:on the West side. move Just; let us wait and see, the Secretary will go off into .a gentle G
KHfdatm a majority of twenty-three holding a valid certificate. melancholly. One clerk with the
occasional -
That B. J.Mima paid a flying visit toGainesville How 'twill be :
joint ballot This insures the election ofaDemouatic I ,2 'Any family so isolated that they can and Jacksonville during the As assistance of, a small boy, could

.. United States Senator as a have no school in their locality, and who week. higher up attend to all the diplomatic business of
present He climbs the tree.
mcceHorof+ Mahone. If the Democratic shall employ a teacher holding a valid political of this department, and get off Saturdayat
: continue to increase in the same ratio certificate shall be entitled to$5 I That Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Feaster gave We hear that three auti-Bloxhamites
MM per capita 12 o'clock,there is very little else ex-
thus already received, the Demon for child of school taught: the young folks a delightful little danceat met in caucus at "P1 :e'i' Real Estate
r every age cept diplomacy to.employ the, time of
will reach their residence on Friday evening last. office in Titusville, 'the other day ,and
critic popular majority 18,000.MASSACHUSETTS. The children must be of one family only. Secretary Frelinghnysen and his trusty
Mrs. F. makes excellent hostess.
an unanimously resolved that they were the
3 The Supt.shall examine the childrenof clerks.

Roams: Nov. 7Gen. Butler has ref the home schools, and on .satisfactory That it is naughty for neighbor to go last roses of the summer sedition. These But Secretary Chandler is as busy as

.ed to be interviewed and will make nofetemnt evidence of sufficient progress in their to law with neighbor, especially when fellows claimed to have died game but an ant all the time. ,He has just writtena
concerning his defeat, which studies, he shall pay the amount due said there is a new neighbor in the settlement not one of them questioned the matter of
letter to Commodore Mayo of the Norfolk -
: 'he accepts: complacently, although he ac- family. That Messrs. R. J. Thornton, 'V. N. "playing out"A Navy Yard,in regard to the Mahone

j borkdgei ,it was unexpected. The re- The Board adjourned to meet on the Chaudoin and H. F. Atkinson are expec- "Plant steamer" lately came up the Mayo-McOlenery affair, which be decline

-I in this State are complete with the first Monday in January 1SS-L ted to return the coming week. Caloosahatchee and ,through Okeechobeeand to give tothe, public. It is supposed to

exception of one town. Robinson's total A. BRADY, Sec. and Agt. That Rev. W. A. Simmons deliveredan steamed into Tahopekaliga Lake. If be a stern admonition to civil service re
160,161 'Butler's total vote }is .1.'. she had just turned a"leetle ter the right
rote : Hanlover Jottings. able sermon to a large congregation a form. The difference ,between assessingthe

150,074", Alai)"**, 1,558, Bob' .!OD.- over. The post-office at this place opened on few Sundays since. I she mought' run down the_ flats inter navy yard; employes, now and before :

Butler, 10,087.. The latest returns indicate Monday with C. H. Nauman as P. :M. That Dr. B. R. Wilson received quitea ther St Lucie and then into Injun River the law prohibiting assessments was Pass-

the election of' :Bobert Tarr and C.8.LDqr M.M. Shipe and family, agent for the painful wound from the thorn of an and up to Titusville or enny where else ed is like the difference in the conductof

,Democrats, members of the Ex- New York and Florida Fruit Company, orange tree on Saturday last It having she d-d pleased." At least that's what the man who before he was converted,
ecatiTe Council fiom'he fifth and sixth he said about it, though disgust at the recent -
who now own the'"Dumme Grove,"have penetrated his wrist to the bone. went into.the woods: on Sunday with his
'district,'mpectiveIt: 1'he Board will floods might have influenced his axe over his shoulder but after he had
arrived. He expects to employ fifteenor Mr. E. L. Brady was selected and went ,
therefore comprise five Republicans and twenty hands, as the'Company expectto to Jacksonville in the interest of our opinion to some extent. joined the church carried his axe under
.(1 \line Democrats, gain of two Democrats make extensive improvements. section to secure a boat for the Salt Lake West Side' -Items.J. his coat. Last year assessments were

-year.. the firm He has returned having ,collected inside the navy,yard ; now the
NEW YORK. F. M. Woodall and family of route. perfor- F. Willis is going to try an experiment -,
,:, collector stands outside the
med his to the best of his ability. gate.
:* of Rockwell and WoodaH,is now at Smyrna duty with Buckwheat as bee food.* If it
YORK Nov. .The vote equals .
,!!*; I different
making preparations to ship the That Mr. F. A. is making The heads of the departments
thatof1881. More than two-thirds of Chappell will mature in this climate sufficiently
Dummett Grove which they extensive in his ham- the the are now figuring on their estimates for the
die State baa been heard from in exact oranges quite an clearing bloom it will help out bees at sea-
have bought Mr. W. and family will mock out food is next fiscal year. Not enough is known
New York and Brook- preparatory to setting a large son when indigenous scarcest
:figures, including
to state positively whether they will urgean
remain until spring.
Ijn.} the present proportion holds on orange grove. Sometimes a man goes up like a kite increase or not. It is believed, however -
.Ik returns to be received from the district There will be 5,000.boxes of oranges That the LaGrange young ladies only and comes down like a stick. If you don't that there will be a small total increase '

*not yet: heard from, Maynard will shipped from this vicinity this season. receive beaux on Friday evenings, now believe it just watch an impending per- but very little over previous years. ,

Bike,a net gain in the State over ,the With fat mullet and wild ducks abun- that school has opened. formance. Secretary Teller yesterday forwarded his ",

rote of 1881 of 5,500. This set against his dant the Hauloverites are happy.' .That LaGrange shipped one hundred Ex-Sheriff Richards is very low. The estimates to the Secretary of the Treas -

net Ios in New York and Brooklyn will Georgia Greets.. ..Virginia.. chickens up the river to the different hotels old man was a Confederate soldier, and ury. He would not state what the figures

lore Can's majority in the State not far Atlanta Con t1tut1on.' (during the present week. none better answered the roll call of the were, but added that they were far less

from 10,000._ The Republicans claim The results in all the States areas That Fisher and Carlile are cutting "lost cause." Let us therefore tenderly than the estimates for previous years. .. i

one and the Democrats concede less. nothing when we come to Virginia. That orange boxes at the rate of two hundredper sympathize with the sturdy old veteran; The Postmaster General and his subordinate

Brooklyn voted as follows on the State noble old mother of States-not only the day, and are unable to supply the in his mortal agony. In black days,'of division heads met yesterday afternoon

ticket:EepublIcan, 47,266, Democratic, pride of the South, of the Union, but the increasing demand. the past he fought like a maD, now he and considered the 'same question, "

16,491., The Democrat, however, elect pride of liberty-loving people everywhere, That it is a pretty sight to see the clusters suffers like a man and when the end shall but could not agree. It is stated that the

heir county ticket with few exceptions, has thrown off the incubus of Mahoneism. of golden fruit hanging in Laury come he will die like a man. disagreement hinged upon a proposed increase '
r,f lor,Republican, is elected Mayor. The When the ballots of Virginian execrationare Carlile's front yard. The cattle market"down" till spring. of the appropriation for the rail-

jetorna from 573 polling places in the counted up against the vulture from That La Grange has beautiful orange The Land Qffice at Tallahassee seems way mail service,but this is not positively -

Bute outride' of this city give :Maynard Petersburg, who was willing to feed upon beautiful ladies and beautiful bent on giving settlers trouble.A i known. The estimates from the Inte .. ...

4 80,907,and Carr 110,378 votes for Secre- the vitals of his own people, how the groves moonlight nights. What is there more new effort is being made to get mail department are the first :yet fomar't
,j 7 of State. The same places in 1881 memorable words of Ben Hill are re- ded to the Secretary of the Treasury, but. <..
1 to make a people happy? O. C. service over the St. Lucie and Bassenger
l ,jwe ;;Pnrcell 84,230, and Carr 109,231. called when he excoriated the traitor in route. other members of the Cabinet are said to

OUT'S majority this year is 20,480; Cm'sa&jodty the Senate Proceedings of the Co.Commissioners, be figuring on the same matter. The
West Brevard boast of the
in 1881 was 24,992-iL net Dem- It is victory enough that Virginia The Board of County Commissionersof can justly Commissioner of the General Land Office i
antic gain of 4,212. The vote in New finest cypress on the East coast of Florida. '
sends hear Hon. N. McFarland in his annual
should be redeemed. Georgia Brevard county convened pursuant to report
York the State ticket for Secreta17 -
city on of the old Domin- Hon. H. L. Parker keeps about twenty- the of the Interior states
of State shows a' Democratic majority ty greeting to the men adjournment, members present, Messrs. to Secretary ,
rfibxt of the tick- three roosters. They beat a dozen alarm that the disposals of public lands duringthe
25,000. The balance ion. Wesson, chairman, and Hardee and Morrow -
tt hit*majority of about 40,000. t A. A. Stewart Clerk. clocks and you know it only takes three year embraced 19,030,769 acres, and ,
_, ,PENNSYLVANIA.raiUDELPHlA A Merited Disaster. clarions of the chanticleer reach man's "
of Indian lands 399,235 acres.
On motion it waS ordered that the bid
Nov. 7.-10 this city Philadelphia Times.Pennsylvania
conscience. No lazy man can conscientiously -
'>ht result of the contest for the Comp-, has never before, since of L. J. Carlile for cutting the county amount was an
toDehhip has been a surprise to every the organization of the Republican party road from James Pritchard's to the grant i sleep away the morning hours atParker's five millions of acres, and over 1881 of

. Jj The citizens' committee of one hun- voted Republican after Ohio had falteredin line south at the rate of $20 per mile and home. about eight millions" acres. The receipts -
: fav which has strongly pushed Page, Mr.A. Brady is deservedly popular as from all resources in connectionwith
Democratic for Coinptrollt the Republican line, and the recoil of building the 4 bridges on the said road
, candidate Ohio had of$120 be a County School Superintendent. Thereis the disposal of public lands were
'It, 1130 o'clock conceded the election Pennsylvania after apparentlybeen for the sum accepted.On
' dies, Republican, by about 800 ma- anchored among the Democratic motion it was ordered that the bid nothing like a business man for busi- 11088479.43 and from sales of Indian

Kjotf. "Chairman Cooper,of the RepubBou States by a large majority on a full vote of Win. Watton for painting the Court ness responsibilities.Give lands $625,404; a total of 111,713,883.

r ,',Wj State has carried Committee the State, estimates by not that less his I is a Democratic disaster that could have House for the labor, at the rate of 7 cents us your idea about West Brevard's The construction of 1,210 miles of land

t ''.>fcaJO.OOO: ) majority. He says that the I, been provoked only by the moat flagrant per square yard be accepted, the county right to have the "Representative" next grant railroad was reported d ring"'the

, t.tae some in so slowly that the exact I affront to public sentiment. That came in furnishing the material.On year. It is too far off to name men, but year, making total of 17,!49 miles of

-Out cannot: be obtained until morning. the Pilgrimized policy of the State administration motion it was ordered- that the petition the right, itself, may be discussed at any road reported as constructed under all .

|1j :: ? MARYLAND. and the imbecile and profligate of John M. Feaster and others be I time. grants to June 30 1883. The question of
,Nov: .-Returns from a .
1 ,somber of counties are still incomplete, 'holding a mock session of the Legis-- granted, the road leading from John M. ----,.- I declaring forfeiture of these 'grants-

**"ffldent has been received to insure lature against the appeals and protests of Feaster's house to a place on Indian Riv Enterprise wants a daily mail and a to,where the railroads have not been con

; {*election of the entire. Democratic the ablest and most trusted leaders and cr called John )L Feaster's landing, the money order post-office. Titusville can structed in the prescribed time is deemed .

c ?* ticket and both branches' of the organs of the Democracy. road to be described and recorded as follows beat Enterprise, as it has been a money an appropriate one for legislation.The .

i.I UguUture.CONNECTICUT.' There is no actual political significance : commencing at John M.Feaster's order office for several years and will also extent to which 'building opera- '

.. R&>noRD,Nov. .-The Republicans in Butler's defeat in Massachusetts. It is I house thence running a northeasterly direction have daily mail after July 1st, 1884. tions have been carried on in this city

; 8mate tell of the twelve Senators, and the one of the.strongest Republican States in along the old road as near as possible The schooner Maggie, ,Captain Robert I during the past season has been unprecedented ,

,. 't trill; a stand Republican, Republicans gain of, 15 2;,House Dem- the Union, and would vote for the Re- to the said landing, a distance of Johnston, came into Cedar Key the first' .- The books show that from Jan. .
candidate for President next about and a half miles. week with 6,000 mullet of there 1,318 permits issued -
::r:licans,151; Democrats, 98; a Regain publican one of last roe 1st to Sept. were
: of 1&NEW year if Butler had succeeded yesterday is by On motion it was ordered that the petition such size that ninety of them filled for erection of buildings, which represent
but it significant -
::1 JERSEY. an increased majority the prominent; Presidential of Hodges & Voss, for a liquor license flour barrel. a total value of $3,433,061. This ,
in lessening
:str Committee Cir><, Nov.claim.-the The election Democrat-of entries at least one and it will save !' be accepted as according to law Key West ,commission merchant:..are addition to,the material wealth'of, ....- Washington -

by 7OOOaho the Assembly. The the Democrats from the infinite and fretful and the Board of Co. Com. will meet on already receiving tomato crates for the is a substantial evidence 'of. the '

ofAbbeu.ican Committee. concede the elec- around pranks in their of "Peck's national bad convention.boy" sloshing the 24th day. of Nov. to consider and issuea shipment of the coming crop. nation's. capital.' "' :'AUGUST..- ,


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c contain crystals:in as you go on. The man who waits.for I -Bourettes .again in T -
.t>lioae'poitiona', rv.f' to.'We"hottestluhtpypLglt' tic al.axes, and originating not in the same seventh wave to'toss him'on_iiry land. I I they are not'like the old oourett"; "'.r

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,- gun,manufactory; ,. 'upper currents, whose'd tlon'maybte" long tiuJfraccniing.You.caa.comu : : and of disq uletud ,regil1 d i this fall are,Ottoman
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{ .:at E9seeu,,e4upe f !'"carbonic acjd J is ig .it no greater.foily h 1\.tor sit4byj the every day that dawns upon you'Mil' it -"or'th6 short
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., used for t'e ma iufacture.of What ice roadside until some one comes along and ,was to be your last_ ; and"superadded and : of ;

',,'end seltzer water maybe requind.. by- surface of the earth and. quite Independent invites you to ride with him'to ''wealth hours,to the enjoyment of whith you bad popular.Wes England. :cloths* ,ate ff

Ii' workmen, ,'f- if of them. not looked toward will an acceptable _
the a or,influence.-Johnli. Oough. ,. prove \ "
It' a'firm 'Paris I -Waistcoats n'
is'reported that in or P1astr9AAJ
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condition tobe
Ppear has TRUE WISDOM.- The
invention for in- plaited
| patented an the appear ou almost akSeifc
4 plague at iPergimos, in Asia Minorand'n \1. tantaneous formation of steam so'that met in order to obtain wisdom is with- die in order to avoid the pains I I sage : : f

'the_inhbitaaU hare begun to urge the: 'it'can be used at once in the cylinderof in the reach of all. Itisonlytoso'feelour of poverty, love, or anything that is : -Embroidery cut rfWttt-tz.if

r'TnrkishGonrntnent so,, take some the engine. A pump sends the required need of it that earnestly and sincerely -: disagreeable, is not the part'of a brave wollen and out and appJiet.{
"J 'measure*to,ate the nuisance.< quantity cf water"between two we ask God for it. If it was to go to man, but of a coward ; for it .is 'a' used. stuff,wjH tbt _;

-When'v carbonic anhydride says plate surfaces, which are heated, and college, some might despair. I r it was cowardice to shun the trials. and crosses "!'

a :rroJessorENcaek:; pas.ed over heated b wtween which there is only capillary to read the bible in the 'original languages of life, not undergoing death because I Cheviots come in stripe caiefc)

zinc dust-contained,in a combustion sPace. The'liquid, spreading into a thin it might take some many years it is honorable, but to .avoid evil.Amtotle. .-' and large blocks, in all the"'eomblg.>
.tube it is almost completely reduced tot I tions of colors.
layer evaporates instantly without toobtain it. But jt is only to ask it of I a.'l!n
carbonic jpadde, the last traces of car- God. Then'all .have it. .-Sashes are still
into the so-called greatly fatu
,removed going spheriodicalstate .. Things which 'never' could have ?ft,
ixmic nunydride ing easily I the adornment
and th acts ID IDLE WORDS.-In avoiding idle words of -young ladies'feativej
: steam the cylinder I made a man happy develop a power :
soda I
'bypassing the' as through some and dinner
<< dresses
of our Saviour. does not mean that we I those with
as fresh-formed steam. The,speed I ; I to make him strong. Strength and, idspatterns
solution.. ? the 'shall always talk religion, but that or flowered centre! Iiti..
pump is regulated by the engine about : not happiness, or rather only ,that ;
i a -Wire rope r must.' not be ceiled or uncoiled -The telegraph, says the JVaftcre, our motive in all we say shall be to use happiness which comes by strength, edges being-preferred I

like hemp rope. When mountedon ,has made''another advance in China.It the wondrous faculty- vocal expression is the, end of human ,living. And .-Two apron overskirts-rone",land q

a reel the latter should be turned on has had the honor of being mentioned which lie has given us for his glory." with that test the standard the ,bebt square ani caught_ up'on the '
a spindle to'pay: off: the rope.: When He did not that should be side the other
in a memorial to the throne. Li Hung mean we order and beauty reappear.PhillipsBrooks. full, short: ,to

forwarded iri a coil without a"reeJ, roll Chang lately stated in a report to the gloomy, reserved, uncommunicative, and much looped over the DipaN: "

it Over the ground like a wheel and runoff Emperor that' he had received certain afraid to open our lips, lest 'we should INDUSTRY AND ITS BLESSINGS seen upon the latest impartation frog

the rope-in'that way.. ,All untwisting that the intention Paris. ,
but :
something -
information by telegraph.' And more say wrong *
People may tell you of your being unfit
most be av idedJA"'Germw'Solun; wonderful still, that mysterious anreinspiring d of our lives should be by our for some peculiar occupations of life ='Tel-el-Bebir""is a new .cloth for'

,. gives the' fol 'a document, an imperial words to please him and advance his''' but heed them not. Whatever em- c costumes much resembling alhihnir

'}owmglettherrlOli5h : Mlx1'2Qopartsof decree, written with the vermillion kingdom. ployment you follow.with perseverance cloth, only very much .thicker;rI

shellac with' 1 'XX)of spirits-:95 percentin'a'well pencil, has actually been dispatched by -The: joys and sorrows pf this world and assiduity will be found fit for you ; comes in.monochrome pattern j

-stoppered bottle Keepin telegraph, for the Viceroy of Canton, are so strikingly mingled !' Our'mhth it will be your support in youth and also in brocades some of which are THY

a'warm'plhe&fnr two three-daYs, reports recently in a memorial that a and grief are brought so mournfully in' your comfort in age. In learning ,the gorgeous -

making' fre tueriUy." Separately'1 'dissolve decree has been conveyed to him in that contact 1 We laugh while others j .-
weep, useful part of any profession, very mod- The first importations"of.(all drat,
twenty-five paut'of'Marseillsoap s I
saed manner. and others rejoice when we are sad erate abilities will suffice; great abilitiesare .goods are ';'roughfinished,"..:ejothacamel's eia,
in 375 "o. 25
.a per I I The Leart and the walk side
light heavy
-It seems that the luminous ani I generally injurious to the possessors.Life hair of single color that look,
cen :&nd to the solution add forty of
with the mats, like Pclagia noctiluca, Beroe ova I by side and go about together! Beneath has been compared to a race, but coarse, but are,.of fine wool, 'with;Cut
Shape well and mix
glycerine.' : :tug, etc., owe their peculiar, light-giv : the same roof are spread the wedding- I the allusion still improves by observing oil finish that makes a fabric ..agreeable
snellac solution. To the ad d !
; ; ing function to a kind of fat which they feast and the funeral pall I The bridal that the most swift are t ever the most to the touch. "
live parts cf nigrossin dissolved in 125 ol mineles with the burial hymn I One
secrete. When these little creaturesare song
to from
course -Since we are of ttwe
spirits. -Well close the vessel and shake speaking plaii
at rest they do not shine at all, but I goes to the marriage-bed another to the I
energetically and then leave the mixture jkirts let us'add they 'are made,of aft'
if and all is mutable uncertain and
they are excited a lightning-like flash grave; ,. .
in" a warm place for a fortnight.To is tent forth.. Professor Radziszewsky I tntnsitoryZmifeDurit ; Ancient and Modern Oyster Cook materials. There is nn flounce,nottiaf-.

the skin from"discolcring ery. but velvet ribbon.about an inch,wide.
prevent -
managed to of --
seperate some thus fat
.e. : is not an extravagant anticipation ,concerning earlier and later methods and placed now atthe very edge.nowa
littldr <
kfteta blow or fall,- take a y and examined it. It is thick I I
starch arrow-root and moiston a pale, that Japan may become Christian of cooking oysters, Mr. Joel ConklinI ] little distance from it.Silyer.gray <:' s, -
merely neutral liquid. An alkali
easily sapon.ifies nation in 'I read before a recent of
seventeen The Chris- meeting tile Society
years. mchair dresses ''
it'with'cold made
water and lay it on' the it. When it was shaken witha ,
stian missionaries in Japan are now of Old Brooklynites. a paper, of to fit perfectly and trimmed
injured part. This must be done immediately little caustic potash it a flash of simplyiritlf
r *)>o as to prevent the'actioD o flight I much the same gave as that which working with strong hope that the which the subjoined'was a not. _uninteresting self-plaiting, are among the most}lady-1 r

the air upon the skin. However, it comes from the animals. twentieth century will open upon that portion: "In early days oysters like and serviceable! of" traveling'.cos'

may be applied some hours after\vart island empire no longer a foreign mission were roasted on a gridiron fully two tumes. They are not affect ed by dampness .

with effect. Milan, Italy, has recently become field, but predominantly Christian, con- feet square ; the back part of it would'rest and shed the dust with a'good.

possessed, of a treasure in the shape of verted from the shadowy paganisms and on the back log and the front on the shaking. .
Seawater weight .
differs little in
a t
at different places,but at the same spotit I a clock which is made entirely of bread vague philosophies which- now, retain front stick, the oyster* first Lad ig been -Quaker gray" amber, dove and silver ,

_The maker i is a Peruvian who for years bat a feeble hold upon the people, and placed on it wit It their hollo sides down. satins are imported ''made in
is nearly the same at all depths. I t superb
may be'estimated at"sixtyfour"poundsto : I has been employed In the construction I received into the brotherhood of Chris The test to ascertain when sufficiently .and elegant simplicity with court thins

I of this singular curiosity: Too poor to I tendom. A Japanese Constantine is not cooked, was to press the shells together unadorned the
only trimming upoatl
the cubic foot, or 1} pounds, to tht, I '
cubic foot morethan_freshwater: Tb e ; purchase metal, and with only a certain i I tar off. it, with: the tongues and judge from the dress being a bertha and.frillsat' thewrists .

ad d r i, j al weight is chiefly tomato n I allowance of bread daily ka deprivedI!i! -A nun's transit from one life to the escaping steam, a knack which ,may of old laceof rare1designs* and
himself regularly of the soft portions of readily be acquired. In
faIt Salt water freezes at 27 Fahren other, or from one world to the other, roasting over a value. .
his loaves, satisfying his blazing wood fire the flame
hunger would envelope
heit. The ice is fresh. is like a journey from one place to an- -New autumn cheviots tweeds',
with crusts. lIe used a certain salt to the oysters and cook them ,
-Prof. W. F. BarrettofDublin has other, and he takes with him all things equally serge and basket-cloths are moats "ice''
solidify his material, the various pieceswhen well at top and bottom. Those'who :
been making some interesting experiments that he possesses in himself as a man ; plaids in even or irregular patterns'andin
dry thus becoming perfectly hard have never eaten oysters from the shellas
i. to test the correctness of the discovery I i so that it cannot be said that a man after' quiet neutral tones of .fawn'color,
and insoluable to water. The clock taken from the fire
is have
1 claimed te have been made by of death, his death being only that of the yet eat nuns.'-gray, pale golden-brown,and the
respectable size and their first
goes well The really good roasted
the late Baron von Reichenbacb, viz. terrestrial body, has lost anything that oysters. like'enlivened by stripes or dashes of
case, also made of hardened bread;die- Although over half a century ago oysters :
that a peculiar luminous effect resembling belonged to himself. HP also carries scarlet and gold.A .
plays great talent in design and execution. were cooked in the regulation stew '
with him his pan
natural ,
a faint:electric discharge in rari- memory ; for novel and dressy bodice for
Journal '
-Chicago until
: teal
tied air; emanated from the poles of a everything he ever heard saw, read, yet, was in more,general use, i evening wear consists of a'short zouiie .

:magnet, and was rendered visible IB a -The Munich antiquary, Karl Fr.! learned or thought from his earliest infancy : chafing dishes were mostly used for cook- jacket of tintel silk"I or satin underneath

perfectly::Darkened roJ'ni. These newexperiments' Mayer, found in the library the former to the last day of his life he still ing stews, and to this day; no method which is worn a dainty waikcoat
been devised ,
to make
1' : confirm those of n ichen- Carthusian monastery at Buxheim, Ktains..-Suedenlurg.Hawthorne's as good an made of trifle or Persian mullaaidid ?.
stew >
as can be COOkEd In a chaf-,
web rThr"utilization volume which had evidently been softest folds over the shoulders and ,
t weird fancy that our ing dish. Consumers .
who understand
of'slag'waste is fastassuming Lounl in the uouas'tery itself. Thefirst
narrowing at the belt. From hers,tie
secret weakness or sin should hang likea their business always preferred to manipulate ,
considerable,economical itnportati'ie. and last leaves were pieces of a parchment fold flaw loosely and aroundthe
black veil strap
over our faces betweenus their stews for
themselves after
.. The manulacture'of bricks manuscript, which had no con- hips to be with,
and other men, is true in fact. Every having been provided with jip

from gnmulatelb1a.- : t furnace slags will met ion with the('ontentsofthe\"oJuJD hidden propensity or vice, every noble dih and a spirit lamp ready for a chafing drapings.of the dress skirl in,the,back,. *
**x>n be begun in German}'. The sags and had unfortunately been cut down trait lighting; forming light paiiiers underneath the
\- or feeling, leaves its'mark on the the necessary table furniture _
:} are run into,water,, and the grit thus to suit its size. Examination showed and con- reaches
features, the expression, the ejes. Day diments and the indispensable edges of the zouave, which only. _;.
1'1 obtained. is ,mixed up with lime, concrete that th'ey contained about 400 lines of and freshly to the waist. -
by hour
day by hour, line after line, opened oysters, without which
or plaster of Paris, aud formed an old G.-rman poem, "Konl;; Rather," a good
here a little and there a little, it ii recorded oyster stews is will both '
an imiwssibility. Kedingotes and lonaises
of which i
into which only one other exists
bricks. awe dried for a must, copy s o
on the face as on a tablet, and best fry procurable fifty or sixty be worn. The two are ofUA.con
They possess greater solidity than common far as is known at the Heidelburg li when years
brar This Buxheim we reach middle age, there b a ago was fjr more inferior to the fry now founded. Tbe first is a masculine,undraped -'
brick. arid"E.-crt, to ,lesist"greater a mIte::i ) fragment, whichMayer of lives '
story our
j p "f :ue.I' believes! to have belonged to the l'lainlywritten so that served, although then oysters of proper affair ; the second may be bunchy
I he who runs may read.c It is not cosmetics size'i\ntllluaUty for for*
close of the thirteenth fr'iugfere much trimmed and dressy, worn
century variesconsiderably
t't ,
--I' sa\sthe Gt' lt r'B no rouge, nor depilatories! and
) from tbe I I more abundant than now. The oysters quiet house dress, a street:suit,
I' C'Aromefe. is compact and, charming s5on Heiddburg nr- girls, that will irate our faces as you i i were either covered with rolled crackeror equally well in full dress=all ifehenlin$

plant which bends utJnum ersofstemsfrom < grow older ; but the thoughts and words a heathenish mess was made by mix upon material

the bottom in place of,continuallygrowing i -Dr. Kaiser described a process of and deeds that have given i you the ugliness in; them with batter and
upward'and thus becoming un uickel-plating by boiling. A lath of of Hecate, or "'the lineaments of they either case, -The polonaise just out his a full
g .nly.lL bears pro fuson of elegantly pure granulated tin, tartar and water is gospel books." Broiled usually cooked witl\ lard blouse waist,'belted at the watt-la*;"
oysters then
i curled, tasseled and variegated foil, I heated to the boiling and a small quantity were almost unattainable skirt more or J less draped. Another

t, age, very catching to the eje, and unlike i 4, of red-hot nickel oxide is added Many men are mere warehouses and I used to hear it said that style that will lake better with those-

,any of its predecessors. The other which, when dissolved, gives a green full of merchandise-the heart the oysters could only be properly broiled who need no building has a pointed vest

Panax (duti.nosum) is of familiar Labit, color to the liquid over the grains of tin. Lead, are stuffed with goods. There on a gridiron provided with silver barn of contrast' velvet, plush," or 'pu1f
the foliage being crested: and fringed Articles plunged into this bath in a fet are apirtments in their souls which fried are much better broiled than satin s.

after the manner of some of our. rare moments acquire a inetahc coating of weieunce tenanted by love and tasteaud especially for dyspeptics.3I1'untpeieu Basques are ro longer plain, simple>,

crested ferns.A marly pure nickel. Carbonate or tar- jay, and worship, but they are all I affairs buttoned 'from throat 'to' 1 es .

new invisible ink has been introduced trate of cobalt added to the bath give:> deserted now, and the rooms are tilled I has made:before an but they are in a variety of style?;with j.

by Dr. W deman. It u made by to the coating a light or bluish shade; with earthly and material thing?. l. immense crowd, two successful ascents a plain vest witil side pockets (quit .'

,,Ultimately mixing linseed oil 1 part and when policed becomes very brit) -High things to each mini are the I with an elongated balloon (measurement .manly in effect), or the vest may 'form

'_ water of ammonia 20 parts, and waterl liant. things,above it. Let each put forth his loOO cubic metres, elongation 1 two points at the bottom, and ,the '

100 patts. ,The mixture must be agitated hand for those on his own level. It is, to 3}). On both occasions the descent waist close with three buttons a clasp

each tims the pen is dipped into it, difficult to think of things as high i in was very well executed although the over it at the waistline, then .cutaway .

as a little, of, the oil may separate Sleeves are set high and bouffantin the abstract. The dining-room table balloon was partly empty, having ascended alove, and', below. Again the

and -float on the surface, from which h, the shoulders, both in dresses aUtlC03tta. is hip to a black beetle, but a camel. to an attitude of 1200 metres. vest may be beautifully embroidered! .!or

if taken up by tbe pen, stain would be Abroad they are wearing sleeves eopard can easily look in at the firstfloor Four persons were on board. In the trimmed with rows of narrow velvet or

left upon the, paper. To make the gathered and banded in at the wrist, inllows.-Jeu Inytlow.Lt second ascent M. Pompeieu obtained a braid. ,

writing appear all that:\Is. needed- is but that does not take here. Even the is impossible for a man to be I movement of his aerial craft in the required -The Moliere puff, which is a J .
direction j
to dip the manuscript in water ; .when bouffant shoulders is worn by but few, careless in business affairs, or unmindful rudder This by only moving his gathered in at the neck, again ..t the

the papal' dries the writing will vanish.M. whereas there are but few forms to whom of his business obligations, without i for circumstance is accounted waist-line, and falling below in full

Faye/in a paper read before the these high sleeves are not a positive add being weak or rotten in his personal less velocity by the balloon progressing'' with ends, lace trimmed, is very dressy aDd

Academy of Science, Paris: on July 2i vantage. character. Show me a man who never its elongation.than .the wind- ; owing to will take well where lace and satin art,

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:;;:.THE*,FLU i ry I.TKr: : oor Superintendents t lns NEW ADVER1'J:: EMENT8.' -' : >CABDS:: .?'; 'r VPRITCHARD Notice.

.. that the'result. ,- uy-----L L-r-. ) 1- In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
S 15:-, are "ftr1 teMatisfaetarj""the : ,
. UiSDA'YNOVE1t9ERc. : ,.,.l88I. acbooli DE BARYBAYAMERCHANTS' DIAL Florllu, Bnvard County.
} are hardly holding their I
i _.* aLOSSVsvser-tai,;: own.If."- -. Henry Wilson q qvs.
,*'''' "", ,,0'- At'. ..,.. LINE REAL ESTATE AGENTS. }
'&-'" "">. .; .--1. we to '"Land ,
!=AIII n ,. .. .Florida.' expect develop Our of ... W. B. Moore.Action .
B. WAQELEditor i FJowen" we must elevate. 'the status of Elegant. J wheel Steamers., TitusVille, Florida. commenced by 'writ of attach kwent.

oar'publiC schools. Patents immigrating >- sum sworn to one hundred and forty -
ti ii. > Publisher. the IT. S. Mall. D. GRAY. dollars.To .
to State ..Carrying
our and !
H -!' "$1AoperAunumin'&dvintleott :: expect have the right''to ,
Wm. B.Mwrf and all other
: one tnoh tD apace\ ;: 18 squares' demand that their children"shall. be educated ONE Or THE STEAMERS- THIS IJXEwill persons tjterettetl -
leave Jacksonville dally Horn whan foot ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange :
.....tIO "- and well educated. ,at 530 .and S.F.and W.
of Laura street p.m.
f':.j.Ib.-ta illlwU1nceh'e&U V" = eb3.. the The interests and well-being of the Railway wharf at S:*0 p.m.,for Florida.Wm. i. attachment Notice is hereby has been given issued that against a writ the of, ,

." enquire of the Editor State demand it for San ford En said Win. B. Moore and his has
'..l4yGtt1b1a are not the principles Palatka, Astor, Scott. A.M.Thrasher. property
','.._ ;stamp.
} WM. demand
.:. ; ..-- of true liberty deeply laid lathe'Intelligence Titnsvllle Fla. Sanford Fla. been attached to satisfy the of
be found file terpriseAnd & THRASHER I Henry Wilson amounting to one hundred
t.fgBPAPEE may on at of the people? SCOTT ,
south of and forty dollars.
: Bowen Go's AdverShMrBmeandQ all intermediate
a.P. ... .
ATTOKNEYSATLAW.Sanford Now, therefore the said Wm.B. Moore I
t-1i"J.j Spruce Street) where How,The Tide RUB Palatka. and all other persons interested are here I
t.t.t- t, ng contracts may be made for it N.Y.World. : : Florida.Mr. and tho
, Sunday noa.twD11eave at 1p.m. by required to appear plead to f
,: NEW,YOBL The election in New York shows plainly Will make: close connections with all Rail .Scott is now located at TltusvUle.Real declaration tiled fn the above entitled

i1.i\"' is the OFFICIAL that the drift of the tide is with the Democracy. Lines for Estate Law a speclaJlty: case on or before the 4th ,day. the*-,first

,10 BIAS: newspaper Points In the Interior.And Monday, of,February, rule ,day, :a. d.
f In
Joy Brevard county. Ohio the Republicans declared MOOR: S. JOKES. 18S4 and if he shall fail to appear' and

:: nedatihePost Office at TtoumUe a* that the liquor interests contributed to with steamers at Sanford for plead as aforesaid judgment will be entered Jt 'i I

: &. Second-Clou Matter. their defeat. In this State the liquor interests Points on Indian River. against him according to law.
" ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville _
A. A. Stewart
were in'their'favor and did their Returning leave Enterprise at 7 30 and Sanford -
Clerk of Brevard Florida.
: ;Pfxtkt the best information to us attainjyeandwe best to defeat the Democratic State ticket. ville on arrival of train arriving at Jackson Florida. Titusville,October 231883.county .26td

,: have diligently sought it, In Ohio it was said that Prohibition drew Early next morning. ENGLISH.
M.E. Notice.In .
_an forced to the conclusion,humiliating" Republican votes. Butthe Ohio Demo-
'R' dOle connections with rail and steam
Making the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
though it be, that the State is receivinbut crats obtained a majority over Republican Lines or all points Notary Public State at Large. Florida,,mard County., .. :

: ; a.. meagre recompense for them Prohibitionists and Greenbackers NORTH EAST AND WES Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted

; :i ey she;is annually: expending upon combined, while in this State the Republicans For all points between Jacksonville and to me promptly attended to. To tercatedYou Wm.B.Moore and all other penona in
Public Instruction. It Palatka take one of the eteamers leaving Office at his residence. : L
her system. maybe indorsed Prohibition in'the Assembly Market wbarf daily Sundays excepted at 10 Titusville Florida. are hereby notified that a writ of
i that the system per te ia a good one, districts and pledged themselves in a.m.. attachment has been issued against the .

inclined to believe it is but FAST MAIL. said Wm. B. Moore and his has
and we are their platform to submit the 'question of O F. GRAY. property
Leaves Jacksonville for Green Cove Spring,
been attached to satisfy the demand of
which the is worked
:fa manner in system constitutional prohibition and confiscation Tocoi and Palatka.
George F.Ensey amounting to the sum,
Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
. our opinion, wherein the fault con- to the people. In Ohio, as here, Lake Steamer MAGNOLIA leaves Florida of Two hundred dollars and interest

. Brig, If we remember correctly this system there were local Democratic quarrels Central Railroad wharf at-a. m, daily' Sun WORK WARRANTED. thereon from July 19, 1883. '
day excepted returning same day
; in the 1868-9 Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Now, therefore you the said Wm. B.
adopted or
years election de- General
was which the Republicans before For farther information apply at
Post Office Titusville or with A. Brady at LaGrange Moore and all other persons interested
and Laura
: fifteen years ago, since which time dared would prove fatal. Yet the resultin Ticket Office corner Bay will receive prompt attention. Will be are hereby required to appear on or be-
In Titusville Monday.
have made considerable WATSON.Manager. every fore the first the 4th of February
we ought to a both cases shows a signal Democratic C.B.FESWTCK Gen.Pass.Agent. Monday day -

degree of advancement, but the Census victory.The tide runs with the Democracy. DR. B. R. WILSON. a. d. 1SS4, the same being rule day
for said month, and plead to the declara-
i BepOrta of 1880 show an amount of illitr CASH CASH CASH tion filed by the said plaintiff In said case

:; easy,taking everything in consideration, The Proper Point.of View. Will continue the practice of Medicine in or attachment preceding and if befalls

Charleston News and Courier. Titusville and to do so judgment, will be awardedagainst
, but alarm vicinity
; which is not only humiliating AVECEREP ,
There is nothing encouraging to the the said defendant according to

; ing.TbeK Democratic party in the elections on Office at.!. M. Dixon's Drugstore. law and the 'property attached will,be
reports give Florida 136,444 male AT THE levied on under execution and sold to
and 153,049 female inhabitants, or a totalof Tuesday, if those elections are to be regarded A. B. HAWLEY, D. P. 8. pay the said debt sworn to.
from the narrow standpoint of the A. A. STEWART,

269,493. Of these 184,650 are ten years I selfish politician. Regarded from a public HgA QUART RS Visiting Dentist. Clerk of circuit court of Brevard Co. :Fla.

old and.upward and of these 184,650 Titnsville October, 22, 1883. 26td' I
point of view, as evidence that the Makes frequent trips to Indian River 3
there are 80,183 or 43.4 per cent who are look Lake Worth, &c. NOTICE.In
I Democracy upon political parties as I. !
read and write. The numberof
suable to the means of attaining and retaining good STORE P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida. the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Cir- J

white persons of ten years of age and government, the elections are significantand I I cttit of Florida,in laid county. ,
is of which 19,763 or 19.9 c. NAUAIAN. I
reassuring. They warn the party TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. State of Florida ..

per cent are unable to read and write. leaders that they can 'not depend upon Justice of the Peace and Brevard County. .' .
Mitchel Peterson :
He number of white from ten '
persons the respectable voters to cast their ballots : Notary Public state-at-Large. vs. Bill in Equity .

,fourteen years of age is 17,028 of which for disreputable candidates, and that, Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of A. B. Linderman, Notice. 1

5,581 or 82.8 per cent are unable to read when honest and reputable local rule is -o-- PENNSYLVANIA.Office (impleaded with) -. ''I

sisal write. This last class are the very at the Haul-Over. J. K. Willard, Agent. .
-- -
at stake, the issue rises above parties! and
which should have received all the To the defendant, A. B. Linderman:
OOM is to be decided outside of party lines.Notice. JOHNSON COCKSHITTT.,
T. the order of this
benefit of our public s hool system, yet ..4.b.. By court you are hereby
The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of notified to appear, answer, or demur to
we find, about one-third of this class totally Notary Public, State-at-Large, a Bill In Equity filed In this suit to enforce -

unable to read and write, or an "ad If you want to sell your grove or unimproved and a laborer's lien of 9166.71 for clearing -

vance backwards" of 13 per cent. tracts of land, send to us for BUSINESS Justice of the Peace. five and 57-100 acres ol land, besides
disbursements and costs of snit on or be-
When we turn our attention to the colored blanks, so that you can give us a full description Court day, first Saturday of each month. fore the first Monday In April. 1SS4 the

population, we find matters worse with lowest cash prices and on* Indian River Dealing in LA GRANGE Florida. 'same being rule day,or judgment will be

tad worse., The returns give us a coloredpopulation time terms. We will then do our utmostto taken against you by default.
Witness hand and seal of this
my court
of 85,513 of ten years of age effect a sale.Remember MerchandiseNone LA GRANGE STORE November 12th .

and upwards of which 60,420 or 70.7 percent we charge nothing unless a General Always on hand a general assortment ,of 1883.A.. A. STEWART,

',are unable to read and write. The sale is. made. We will advertise each GOODS. 29 td Clerk of circuit court.

.umber colored persons from ten to piece of property placed in our hands, but strictly first-clu goods are NOTICE.
fourteen years of age is 15,947 of which free of charge. Our commissions being SIX months after date I will presentmy

10,676 or 66.9 per cent, are unable to read only on actual sales. Deeds, mortgagesand E. L. Brady. final accounts and vouchers to the

received other legal instruments executed bought and sold at this Stand.o January 1st 1SS3 1 yr 30tuts County Judge of Brevard county Flori-
last has
and write. This class with neatness and dispatch and on reasonable ida, as administratrix with the will annexed

mme benefits, an advance of 4 per cent, terms. We will issue our new property of the Estate of 11.T. Titus, late

from our public school system, yet more list in November for circulation I of said county deceased and ask for a final -
abroad-parties having property to dispose TCUI AU tut MIU.Florida discharge as such administratrix.
than two-thirds of them are unable to of, may find it to their interest to Remember A Dollar will buy exactly IIssrauma 6oladb'== MARY E. TITUS,Administratrix..
read and write. I Titusville Sept. 17, 1883. 22 6m.
place the same in our hands, at as early a -

The question naturally arises, why all day as ixwsible. If parties receiving NOTICE.Six

this> amount of illiteracy under a liberal letters of inquiry as to this section will $1.00 worth.Established months after date I will to
furnish with the address of their correspondents Manufacture.
answer'that us
public school system? We Honorable A.McCrory, County Judgeof
of the
re can for it than we will upon receipt In 1573. Brevard county Florida, my final accounts -
see no possible reason same forward by mail our property list. AMAZON PAINT WORKS. and vouchers as administratrix of

,s grow neglect of duty from_our legislate PRITCHABD &MAY.TaiCollectors the Estate of Bartholomew EInig deceased -
11: J. BERNE dc CO.
mm < and ask for final
j !down to parents and children. a discharge from the
Notice of Visits.I Address orders to
administration of said Estate.C. .
We have 1,135 Public Schools with manufacturers of the
will be at the following places for the .J. SANDIKORD, Administratrix.
18,048 sittings the property of which isnlued the for the Titusville Fla. 6m.
purpose of collecting tax Sept. 61883. ,,19
at$134,804. This appears to be year 1883, viz: The Headquarters Store, AMAZON READY-HIED PAINTS NOTICE. .-

small valuation, but our mild and genial BassvilleMonday, .. ....Nov. 5, 1883. in all shades and ready forImmediate Land Office at Gainesville Fla.1Sept. \If-:$1:'

.. climate does not necessitate expensive Lake View, Wednesday, ...." 7, Titusville, Fla. 28 1883. ,/ (.
idwol Ft. Drum, Friday,.......... 9, Use. :. ,,
buildings. These buildings together '
Crab Grass, Monday< ,........" 12, CONTINENTALHoof NOTICE is hereby given that the follow- ;;
with their grounds should be rendered LaGrange, Monday ........" 19, Specially Adapted For This Climate. ing-named settler has filed notice of his
intention make final
to in
attractive rather than expensive, but as Titusville,Tuc;day ......." 20, Ointment.Cures : proof support t"
and ofPure of his claim, and that said proof will be
if WednesJa ..... 21
as our observation extends they are Haulover, made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit I
neither. all Burnham's, Friday .. ......", 23, cc court at Titnsville Fla.
We, are receiving from Cracked Hoofs, Sprains, Scratches White Lead, on Saturday
+ roes and City Point, Monday .. ..... 26, i Nov. 10, 1883. viz: Nathan N. Penny, of
$129,907 for school purposes Carter's, Tuesday. .. ......". 27, U & Colors In Oil. Canaveral, Fla..lid 5,323 for the lots 1,

are expending$117,724 leaving a balance EauGallie, Thursday.....", 29, and Sores in 2, and 3, Sec. 12, T'p 23 S, Bange 37 E., '
Office and
$12,183 unaccounted From whence Barker's ; )', ..Dec. 1, Factory, He names the following witnesses to

this leakage, and through whose neglect Ft Pierce, Monday,.. ....." 3, Horses, Cattle and Sheep.Ask No. 26 Ocean street, prove big continuous residence upon and
SECOND BOUJTD.Bassville cultivation of said land viz: M. E. English ;
duty does it occur? Monday, ...Dec. 10, Storekeeper for it, or write JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Titusville Fla P. D. Wesson, )I. ..
Elbe reports show that 3.38 months is Lake View, Wednesday12, your O. Burnham. and O. A. Quarterman, of

'fte average time in which the schools are Fort Drum, Friday,. ....." 14, .J6rSend for color card and price list. Canaveral Fla.' L. A. BARXES.24w5 .
... .." 17 direct to the manufacturers, -- ------ ____ Register.,, u.__ _S._ _Land_ Office._
Crab Grass, Monday '
pang through the routine of teaching, S'
LaGrange, Monday, ,....." 24, AGENTS ii ooksw. Bibles NOTICE OF
i iaot taught, at an cost of $25.50 AMERICA* LVBRICATI.\G C' :SaS .SLE.1r INCORPORATION
average ... -
TitusvilSe Tuesday. 25, r price;td1iac K '"
A.. ... .jfc n. *.r-.. N .. _
per month per teacher, or those who are Haulover, Wediles4Iay- .." 26, Man River & Norton Trans ortaou

caned such, whose average annual salary Buruham's FridaY ......." 28, OIL ... .." 31 COMPANY.
Monday ,
.tnooats to$86.16 per annum, or about City We can guarantee the above amount to
ahslf CarterV, Wednesday,. . Jan. 2, 1884 Cleveland: : : : Ohio. good active energeUc NOTICE is IIEREBT GIVEN that in accordance ,
u much 88 that of the average Eau Gallic, Friday .. ....." 4, with the laws of Florida we, 1

colored farm laborer. Barker's BlufC; Mondiiy, ... ." 7, STA.1STDA.IIDLaundry Agents the undersigned have formed an associa- |
c. Ladles as well as gentlemen make a success tion to be styled and known as the Indian \
y .. 9
have taken the pains to inquire of Fort Pierce, Wednesday, in the business. Very little capital required.We River and Northern 1
have household article as salable aafiour. Transportation
!steal of D.W. McQuAio,
our County Superintendents as Wax Company for the purpose of constructing -
*9 the progress being made by our coni- Tax Collector, Brevard County, Fla. It sell itself maintaining and operating a Railroad -
"oon Titusville, Oct. 25, lSS3. It is used every day in every family. You do from a point on Indian River at or
,schools and the reply has been, "veryVictory" not need to explain its merits. There is rich
Preserves Linen, gives a beautiful fin- harvest for all who embrace this golden op I, near Rocklcuge to a point on Lake Poin-
portunity. It coats you only one cent to learn sett on the St. Johns river in Brevard
..To recapitulate cent. of thebite New Store, what our business is. Buy a postal card and. county }Florida for the purpose of conveying
per ish the iron from write to us and we will send you our prospectus
prevent sticking,saves and Said road
persons property.
and 67 per cent. of the colored and fall particulars
to be three miles in length or thereabout.
iildren between ten and fourteen years New Firm, labor. -0- FREE MIXOR S. JONES*
**age inclusive read and And we know you will derive more good than ALEXANDER A. STEWART
are unable to you have any Idea of. Our reputation ait a ,
,write.'.- These are going through au an- New Goods FIVE CENTS A CAKE. manufacturing company is such that we can JAMES A. MCCRORY. .
not atrord to deceive.. write to us on a postal Titusville, September 21, 1883. 22 3m.
;.11I1 process caned teaching for less than and give your address plainly and receivefull

duce mid a half months per year under ameshed New Prices. Ask your Storekeeper for it. Made by Buckeye particulars.M'f g. Co. Marion;,i Ohio.jy. NO PATENT, NO PAY. .

teacher at a salary of $86.16 per Obtained Mechanical le- t
flum. received by STANDARD OIL These facts thus summed up are Frcsbcoiisigniueats every PAYSQNSotL Died uycbMMnftBftrfc.tor and Labels. All preliminary examinations .
;fully and at the same of: transportation to this lJO Dt. ny fabric,Po "Jor4_ iw to patentability of Inventions, free. Our
., humiliating means Cleveland, : : Ohio.dubsut& / L"I. adftworkoolhwo..S-lftClCeo- "Guide for obtaining Patents" is sent free
uperlqtfvely ridiculou We areaway Call and see for yourselves. THOMAS & CO. ). 1; GUI "N I INK EIL&t.llabt'dA07ean.8UWbJ'aU. Solicitor of Patents, Washington,D.G.
g with $130,000 per auuuiii 29. W. )L .lIewI ACt.





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I.OVEOF MINE. J.rn."Hoi .had.finishedher- supper. pitcher of cream, her gar-crusted Unlted/St
.r,, THIS_ AI SWEET'-. --t,_' oage'cak,1tBentonIndGreggWill'bring ; +I by them to.recover the
husbad's chair
aid standing by her 8 ) daUei'thej i'
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.ftG : paid on linseed
She drew his head close to her side, and j the big milk-pan of peaches from w fief 'thef '
,1oe'.1ed b hair said .: thevpanhy r ihem a'fafrjtriaj.V"When OF A X.-S., a .stockholder trued into linseed on and
w Yet In her urnntlode face stroking his gray ; : we'lljive + oil P'k4 lit'had
'; Thert's inch a world of tenderness, ;"Can I help you about anything ?" the party.broke.up, one hearty; in a savings bank, died, heavily' exported.. _An appeal, tab
t : 8h .**dt no,other grace. : hand sand 1 indebted to the corporation. The bank the Supreme Court fe
I think of
ook''Squire the
around m711fe. "Yes, little woman, you can.' lad'' Holt'by the llte
" 'H into i liquidation and declared a dividend States where 1 {
Inlgghtrndm twine. '1 'tie;
I:want you to think out OBe of'yeurplans said : ,hL : i' .judgement a '
Rte Andd arohjTery dear to me, but refused to the estate of versed.
the from the farm ,, pay Justice Miller
bthUvwwtloveofmineiOhjoy to conquer rogues "You ;may find us on your iatheW
Ii' I 1 S.; claiming that it could apply the said : "It would! be i
Tillage aca.demy-who tbey"tell me, are again, some day. 'But I'll give you my curious S 32
2.,.,:;' I Beats!ever to kaowthera'a true, tome i one fond heart at their pranks again, and are planninga word it won't be to steal"your property.If : amount of the dividend to his indebtedness I I hold that Congress; !."
;" cIt.ta'mine':leaping like a'lyre.*. raid on our peach ,orchard this very,I any one of us can do you a favor, just to it.. An, action was brought to ing the right of the Importfly ;
In sveetesfnelody : i.' recover the dividends and the plaintiffhad drawbacks upon subsequent '
3f soul aaplprillp,8 Ueityl l lR night let us know.
F---. Po hear her roice divine,; : :They talked 'sometime ;' at last ,the I The,:boys went.back to the village full I a verdict. From the judgment entered lion of the imported article i 'oa" :
? And dear oh., mo' his verdict the bank obtaineda
very best plan decided upon. Before upon he had paid duty had ;
Icjhi*.wf.t love of mine., was. of plans for the coming harvesting.The emp ete4Ue,
the barn toshut writ of error to the Supreme Court ofPennsylvaniaMerchants'Bank Secretary by '
the squire went to : I re ulatioIl8'whi
sighed farmer and his wife gathered -
'li If erer I have for wealth Lucy ? m pt-,
of Eas-
TWM all for her I trow: up for the night, betook his plain-faced up the fragments, talked, over the be proper to secure the Govern S
Rr Aai if Irwin Pam.Yietor.wreathi'' little woman into his strong arms, and ton, vs. Shouse, administr triX-but against fraud, to defeat
merits of the boys and put out totally
I'll twine-it her
: on '
. There may be forms more b autifal, kissing her cheek; said, "What could I lights. that Court" affirmed' the determinationbelow. right which Congress had graitei c .'lit

f' And.souls of sunnier shine,. r do without you K You teach me a lea- "You at the hearts of 'Judge Gordon, in the opinion, I the regulations of themselves void,
-.1 women can get
But node,oh. none so dear tome r he went said: "The defencJent's charter did
And such
son day. .then a no Court
As of mine..! every such boys;they won'tforget your kindness would 11_'
" out singing;"'The dearest spot'oix earthto and not'give the,bank a lien upon S.'s stock to hold them invalid as being
,: very soon., What were ,you altogethei
home sweet home I*' for any debt'he might owe it. Xeithercan
me is : unreasonable. But the
.' '
about? Ala
sfi' The Squire's Peaches:, Mrs. Gregg so busy entertain the idea that the defendant
and we
It midnight this
was case are not
.. ,,. .. unreasonable ,It
;. : "On I not much. Only I told him to is,
Holt very' anxious.:' had a common law lien upon the order of
::_ A STORY FOTOBKD ON FACT. was growing the Secretary of the Treas..
and I
his winter
the bad been bring down feeting, S.'s stock. Corporations are not the
Three hours squire
': long ury forbidding the Collector
: home from
Th squire leafs on his way would look them over and fix them up to. fO.
r gone. She said,to herself : "The boys creatures of. the common law. Such a ceed under these regulations
the village;fa tke b ck"of thewagon fit for cold weather, for you know husband i mID}otter ,
will do him no harm, I am ,sure. thing as a,common law corporation is mode is the real
and tinder the sat proved this obstacle,
there's but of '
They are a little wild on these I night one pair stockings 1 wholly unknown to the laws of. Pennsylvania that order a defense fo ,
setting aside the fact. ,that it was Thurs forms to mend now." 'I 'this '.action
+ day night I raids, but at heart they are good.mean- I hence these artificial bodies Can the Secretary by this rderdowhaf

y.. Squire:Holt always went to the store ing fellows. I hope our plan] will work He draws her close to his side and can have a common law rights, exceptas he could not do by regulation-repel or

, and pot offtce on that night, getting his I good things. My heart yearns 'over repeated this verse of the poem he knew such rights may become incidental to annul the law? Can he thus defeat the.
: 1 Far from their homes was in her thoughts : the execution of the ]
weekly ,supplies of, groceries and the' them. away : proper legislative law he was appointed to execute ,lj

man "fof. the whole nei hborhocd.: without a mother's care or a father's "For each empty nook' in the basket o grants by which such bodies are created. making regulations, and then, by u,-

restraint, many of them have nothingto By the hearth there's an empty seat; But when for a corporation. a distinct dering his officers not Cto'
It was a way they had in Jewett And I miss the shadows from on the wall act under
Read,;the 9rst one who called at thepostofficegotthe hinder their being reckless unless we And the patter of many feet; power or right is claimed, as in the them, and not to act at all, place himself

mail for that district can inspire a principle within them' 'lis_ for this, that a tear gathered on ny present cases such claim must have for I above the law and then defy Itt

and, delivered it 'as' he 'drove Who can tell what good results may ,,At,the sight one pair.of stockings to mend to- its foundation some statutory grant or It is an error to suppose that the offl.'

borne.The'sunihadjust.droppedto.' come from a kind word ? Ilark I night."' I: -> it has no validity. Besides: it has been cers of the customs, including the Secretary ,

: j rest be-' hear his footstep?." When harvesting time came the squire decided in this'8tate that there is no are, in regard to this law, created

hind a'pile of gold and crimson clouds, "Where are your peaches? ,Did h went outto his corn field' one day. saying such thing as a common law lien on i a special tribunal to ascertain>and

which laybanked the western set the dogs on )OU ?'' as he went. stocks in favor of a corporation for H and decide conclusively upon the right-

sky.:..Yo wonder the squire drops The questions were asked by) three "I don't feel very strong, I'll admit, debt due. it by a share-holder." to drawback Their function is entirely -

the reins on Princej back', and'' pat- sickly looking lads as they climbed the but I guess I can manage to cut a few .AXKRUPTCy-FltACD ONE I: ministerial. The rights which the
ting,the dog on 'the seat, beside him, ,fence. They had atrreed wait about rows.?' PAUTNKK-DISCHARGED.-One of a I I law gives cannot be defeated by the refusal

looks ba k. half way between the'squire's and the Imagine his surprise to find the corn firm of attorneys received froma of the Collector to act, nor by
He is just passing ,under the' 'noble village- and help] carry home ,the plun- I all cut, and a dozen or more academy client: to invest, but converted it to : his decision that 110 drawback wa' due.

elms in front of the Harthorne pace! der. boys hard at work stocking it. his ,The : Neither the act of Congress' or any rule
: Oil ain't smart to come own use. firm went into bank-
climbed the hill from the you away "Don't one word exclaimedone I of construction known tons
having steep say makes the-
and obtained
The client
without ? If I'd therewouldn't'have ruptcy discharge. -
"- village. He sees the cluster- of, houses, any been a peach, gone left on the'' as the farmer tried to thank them, whose money hadjbesn taken by fraud I claimant's] right, where 'the facts on'

the two church spues, the plain,academy 'we've been watching this corn field other which it depends are clearly established
of the
trees. I wouldn't care for old Holt: or one partners for the
building and the stone church, for some time We want you to prom- to turn upon the view which the Collector '
... ,' that bobtailed dog of his--or=" amount, claiming that as this liability
'; which v comprise the' village. Beyondare ise us one thin ." or the Secretary, or both combined,
rested in fraud it was not under the
"Shut brag? I won't hear ,
up your
: farms with their dwellings, nestled call Squire Holt names. You knowyou "Say on," said the squire, "you boysare Bankruptcy act, barred by the dis- may entertain of the law upon that subject
t you
among the trees ; hillside homes that' lie were a coward and were afraid to : working your way into a tender chaige. The defendant contended that and much less upon their arbitrary

between him and Kersarge.. He takes. i spot in my heart, and can do most anything to him he not refusal to perform the duties which'
go. 'r-e.llave been, and I, for or e, have M having participated
it all in at glance but his follows the law "
a eye with me. imposes upon them.
in the fraud the
learned s. lesson. I wish I had never liability was a simple
the of hills and settles foOtof
range' at the been"caught'i n so mean a scrape. I feel "And you, sir," said Arthur Gregg, debt only, whteh the discharge released TENANTS COMMON
a tiny mountain though too far IN .ARTITlo. -
; away stepping forward and grasping the sun- him from. In this
fifty per cent. meaner than I should if case-Cooper vs.
to discern any dwellings he sees it all in OF REAL PROPERTY.-One of two tenants -:
he had set the: dog n1 ,n'anlt Arthur burnt hand, "have worked your way Pritchard-the plaintiff: recovered 'a in .
the land could not
his mind's eye.There .. common (as
( Greg's manly face set and into ours, and made us proud of. the judgment, and the defendant carried it
have been.,a, hundred ,sunsets be divided) brought an action against
tender spot in our hearts and anxiousto to the Court of Appeal in England
determined. ,
like this, a hundred twilights just is his co-tenant to compel a'sale] of the'
fresh and bas "Tell us alxrnt it, Arthur, before we cultivate it. You have touched this where it was affirmed. The :Master of .
; the'squire passed this why land, and had a jndgmnnt to that effect
times without number;', still he always get into the village," said one of the spot with your confidence and friendlyness. the Bolls, Brett, in his judgment said's : The defendant carried the case-John-
When we have honsul and \ this iutrubUd to the
palefaced boj?. money.WJis
looks back. ? I sou y?. Oluistead-to the .Supreme1
"I never pass this turn in the road "Well, you see, we went as sly as i husked this held of corn, then you may firm through one of its members who Court of Errors of Connecticut, where''

without taking a look at the dear old mice,-climbed the'wall, antI were heading thank us if you wish ; but you and your could receive, it for the partnership,' the judgment was affirmed Judge

mountain.-i )': : : straight,for that rareripe tree, when noble wife must always remember that the defendant was liable before the Pardee, in the opinion, said: So person

He is' talking to himself,1; or, to1 the who should come up alongside of us but you once did us a kudu:: FS far beyond bankruptcy, and the question now is can be compelled to remain the
anything we Lave done for Our wether he is
Squire Holt himself you. still so. This turns upon
dog.. .. owner with another of real estate, not
work must be done over next year, but the construction of the
'Well said
"I .'liko':to ,see it look, warm atd boys, he. I suppose Bankruptcyact even if he become such by his own act t
1 feel sure the work you have done for by which 'an order of
have come to take peaches. I've discharge
plea;ant,over'there.. It was just' sucha you my every owner is entitled to the-fullest
this been watching you for a long time to us will be remembered a lifetime." shall not release the bankrupt from any .
night as that I brought ,my bride enjoyment of his property, and that caa
away. We have driven over the roada tell you that they are not fit to'eat.." I There was a grand husking in quire debtor, liability incurred by means of come, only through an ownership free

good many times since then, and we know tley" look rich, but they will bo Holt's barn in the.course of,a few days, any fraud or breach of trust.' Unlesswe from dictation by others aa to the manor '

always speak of that one ride. She had much nicer. a week from now.. What's and all the young:: folks came. The villagers ,can construe these words to mean in which it may be> exercised.
I cau't bear tosee wondered "how those school IKNS that the fraud must 'have been
committed -
been my 'anpel over the right shoulder'ever more. you ,runningon 'Therefore,. the law 'nffnrrttxl to-- envy
since." 'giiess- she is pretty- happy in this way. Your cheeks are"as rosyas came to ba on such jbofl terms with by him,' the tlefeLila t, as a owner with another relief by way of

Jewett ROad, 'after all. She is so sensible the peaches, and I want )"outo. ripen the people In Jewett Road." Let them bankrupt, the contention, <; that this ii a partition, and 'tj regardless alike of'

and so good at: planing. I won as beautifully vs they do *, but you nevercan wonder. These toys had learned that a simple debt cannot allowed. Thereis the difficulties attending separation and

der if she can't ,solve ,this peach trou if you keep on in the way 'Olllla\'e nothing worth having is gained by nothing to justify us in altering the the consequences to his associate

ble. -Tlie,boys area- real bother, and fern going of late. You are naturally transgression! and nothing worth keeping words of the section, or putting in any llights to the use of running waterr
noble fellows and 'must not steal is lost"by nobleness.To words which are not already there."
I hope she can find a way to manage you rights to disr ores, have been declared
j1. them.'? from my farm. I'd rather give you Lord Justice Lindley added that the
--- subject to this law. But, inasmuch' afr
:{ The squire was so busy with his every peach ou the trees than kuOof debt was a debt of the firm, incurredby it might sometimes happen that byj-ar--

II thoughts"and' *-those academy ,b:>)'s" your doing so mean a thing. :Now listen ascertain if any"textile fabric is fraud, and he illustrated this in the tition the property would be practically

that he left the turnpike and was driving boys, and I'll tell you my plan. o! vegetable or animal material take a following way : "Suppose in a firm of sacrificed, the statute has opened a way

by Blacksmith Porter's without noticlug We, my wife and I, want you to come small piece of it and hold it near the distillers or tobacconists one of the of escape from such a result it permits-

the little man in his leather apron, to our home, a week from to-night, and glowing coals. Cotton or linen fibres partners, without the concurrence or a Court of Equity to order a sale when

who:stood leaning against the door of spend the'evening with us. Then you will turn with flame and leave only a knowledge of the other in the course in its opinion a sale will better promote'

his shop.; shall have all the peaches ).u can eat. II slight ash. Woolen or silk fibres will of tie business of the firm, con mils the interests of the owners. ,Therefore,

I Here Good night Remember, a week blaze but smoulder offenses against the revenue laws
"Whoa, Prince are a coupleof not until reduced to since the passage of the statute, theIr
ttersfor. your folks., ,1 guess one i from to-night We shall look for you. a heavy ash. Another method is to put whereby penalties are incurred, the have been two modes of relief within-

of them is from your son William ; the Come earlier than this, as we usually some of the threads, separated into debts .so arising would cltarly be ex the power of the Court-partition and

stamp is one of those outlandish Western draw in the'latch-string by nine.' small fibres, into boiling nitric acid. cepted. The innocent partner could ale. Every owner with another ia entitled

towns. Strange that be, took to Then he jumped over the wall and Silk will turn to bright yellow, wool t. not say that he had taken no part in to separate ownership by one of

music when the rest of your boys and went home, leaving us there in the a darker yellow, and cotton or flax will the offenses against the revenue laws, these ; by partition first and aays! tf

girs! can't slrig'anymor _than a cracked middle/of the orchard, but I'd sooner remain colorless. If the fibres are boiled aud therefore was entitled to his dis- that is possible if it is Mt then by
fiddle.i_,Blacksmithing l pretty brisk ? cut my hands" off than touch one of his with acid awhile the proportion' of vegetable chat gee The lan na;e of the sec- ale ; every petitioner for a sale assumes'

Yes, I thought so ; see you at it early peaches. or animal material can be judgedby tion is general, and we ought not the burden of partition impossible -'
and late. Xo, I can't stop to go in. So the boys filed back into the village the amount of colored and colorless to restrict it." Lord Justice Fry proving a the
and if 'such petition
I've got some; more letters to, deliver; and into their beds, determined that : thread also Said : "I see no reason for limiting upon the
impossibility of b ,
a partion proven
much'as a dozen in the top of my hat.I Squire Holt should never have cause to .. : the playi! words of the sectiiB. Court is as much bound order a sale

must hurry along. Wife will have feel uneasy about them again. I This was a debt or liability clearly
as it would have been to order a partition
supper ready and waiting."'. -The \'fry best thing to make a.belt I incurred by means of a fraud. upon a prayer for it,and upon proof

Sure enough, he found it waiting. : By seven o'clock on the following hold well is a can of good nats-font oil, Whether it was incurred by means tf that it could be conveniently and eqai.

Pandowdy and a pitcher of rich milk ; Thursday the farmer's kitchen was full applied often enough to make: it soft a breach of trust it is not necessary to tably made. If upon a petition for a

bread and golden butter and of boys straight from the chat- and This decide."
snowy academy pliable. will never glaze over, sale it is proven that partition is impossible

for "top of" as the husband called it, ting merrily with the jovial farmer and and the belt will work every day alike, CUSTOMS-DRAWBACKS-FAILURE and that a sale would result in

two richly.bro netJ cup custards. his pleasant wife. He told them stor- so you know just how much load it will OK TilE SECRETARY TO CAKKYCUTREGULATIONS. a diminution of incomeythe petitioneris

The hungry but in the ies of his early life and how he came to bear and not
squire was give out. This is what is .-An act of Congress not for that reason to be shut up to'

midst of his eating told of his trip, the conclusion that the best way to sow called the natural and proper treatmentfor allows: drawbacks to le made on articles continued joint ownrehi. He must

whom he saw, what they said, and all his wild.oats was to scatter seeds of a belt.. There are a great many manufactured from imported ma- have leave to go out of the possible

the little gossip that she depended up- indues. that make it a point to keep a dish of terials and exported to the amount of door, notwithstanding that diminution.
on his telling. They were a mile or "I tell you what it is. boys, the reap- resin at hand, and every little whale use duty raid upon'the materials, but as the Upon such petition the most that per"

more from the village, and did not get i.D.'s a great deal more satisfactory. It it to make the belt do what it ought to Secretary the Treasury did not enforce tiff defendant can insist upon b that

the news every day took me some time to find 'this out, but' without resin. It 'makes things snap the regulation made to carry the the undeniable right to severality o

.'You look as though ,there was I learned It before I got my spriDg wheat for a little while. but it soon glazes act into effect the Court of Claims decided ownership shall be secured by the least j

something on your mind that troubled scMed, just as I'm sure you will,, do. I over, and in the end is worse than it had no jurisdiction cf a suit to injurious of the two specified. modes.'*'

you. What is it." Here comes my little wife ,with ,tne nothing. recover the amount of such duties-- -Pht7.a. Rectrd



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I ; on .my / a Why did. I hot drop-down, now.and' you all about it.
.i di.rk,where th'e' roll high and said 'Little if in the thoughts seemed ib flash; \ (Into : ', '
Out in the ware : girl, you are my escape outside 4' ;" "The Captain led me into the house,
'..And the sleepless ocean curls and turn- least afraid we will not to-night al- mind in one instant.. Involuntarily1gasped "" '
.: ''* bles, : ... go First, then, they "had locked the for I was trembling'yio.lently., ..
.;Sf%::1'IIe pilot stares at thebroad-blackaky.>> thomgh it is absolutely,necessary.' ,and.then,kith.Vstrongleffort outer door and withdrawn the ,key, to ."'Nowt' said father, being, _absent \

;orWhile thethunderevernearergrumbles'r .' ,. ,"I told him honestly that I was not of the'will* power for which,I am famous prevent surprise from without. ''Second I only a momi-ntr' two, without letting* !
. :hut c the ship' must still sail on,perforce, afraid.. I:never;had'that strata of tim- I took up the eong again and ; there might,be .a third confederate me have time to mop the smut 'from !

*"- ..:With.Though none'a,'Wamlngj'Toice but he to guide,through her course..the air idity in my make-up peculiar to womankind sang it to the close. outside. But, the most important I my face and hands, 'now;tell'' us what

F. hath I! : : ;and so they rode Way. "Among other things, I rememberedthat reason of all was, it seemed to I this means-my little girl climbing the,

I't.4 ".,, chilled dread:' bin heart with its 'meesafe "I sang' about my' work. as '''I put the lock was 'off the library'door me, that I never could get out o '1 ridge-pole like'a cat, at.midnLht:; ?'

: things in shape around the room, and for repairs. I remembered the latenessof the aperture, that ,bad allowed me I "In a few moments matters were; ,ex
l"'i V: .. "Take To the care windward! take care bear.!: viewed, the' brilliant" *sunset without a the hour, and the probability that all ) entrance into- the chimney: ; I 'ran'I plained. .

; '. Breakers ahead I Breakers ahead fear or care. the people were in ,bed and asleep. I the risk ,of discoVery death in'any'case. '"Thomas, the villian 1' ejaculated,

i#< There,,Pilot are breakers, beware ahead! I" "Thomas, our new.roan.of-all work, remembered the footsteps in 'the dooryard my father, .'I'll have him if I have to

",t" was very busy, pottering about the and there was 'a' fresh pungent "Ob,. why did not my father and his. hunt the two continents for .him,,and

f Bard From a starboard the line where he puts the the dim ship gray. surf. I grounds tying up grapevines and mulch- smell tobacco,smoke in the room, a companion return ? It might be hours he shall have his des rb'.'

. assembles: ing'evergreens. I knew there wa s:some scent of'smoke that was not in the'room "He kept his word. Thomas got'a ;
r :Though white in the cold is his tight-d wnj3 coarse, aftermath: upon. the hill, that Ii when I was there and placed,the package yet."They had found me absent from my ,term' in the State Prison. I

.. His lip heart fears not, his. hand nevertrembles. father was-anxious to have put on the of money In"my bOsOm. chamber, and, 'the ,:adjoining rooms. "When I gave,the Captain his moneyI
'J" t" strawberry beds, and, seeing Thomas go "Do you wonder that my brain They no longer used the extreme caution should have burst out into hysterical

He thinks not'of home nor- of life amd' up there,with his basket, I tied a scarf reeled, and my heart, stopped, beatingfor They hurried from one apartment sobbing, only I remembered t the soot in t !
>" death. over_ my head, took another basket and an instant ? Besides, 'whoever the to the ''other I could 'feel the jar of time to prevent shading myself in black

:.1'. Nor his hea mother's faith.prayer, nor his sweet went. up to help him. robber was, he would soon begin work; moving furniture, and closet dojrs crayon ; 'and Captain:Boswell believed

2 Be moves not a muscle, he breathes' not a,I ';As I passed up'the hill I saw a man I| not,knowing tow early my father and were opened hastily. The upper partof that stature and bulk were not always

:j, But holds breath,right, on.._for the keen voice saith; !, in the highway him. 'I hesitated -:1 I the captain might return. And should the house was ransacked, and then certificates of the best materials,and-"
!ti: about going on, but the man. made be murdered. Somewhere within a they came down the stairs upon the run. "And," finished Dan,'our,jester, "it
i.?:, "To Keep the windward there !. Keep bear.there 1 only a moment's pause and then went few feet of me, .the robber assassin way Time was precious to them now. With may be said, Mrs. Bosw 11, that you

Breakers ahead! Breakers.ahead! down the hill, and was soon concealed concealed-either in the recess behind direful oaths they rummaged the fewer actually flue to bis arms."
r: Pilot, beware!- by'a turn in the highway. floors and She smiled and bowed as the sonorous '
There are breakers ahead!I"f the cabinet, or under the long, di aped, finally returned to the sit ,
"t'",,!;'=. -' 'Who "wasthit-, Thoma?.' I inquired. paper-strewn table. ting room. tones of the driver came in amongus

z=' "A faint sound outside nearly made 1! 'I saw the light here last" said :
L, How Captain BosweU's Money 'Oh'Miss"it' from the .
was a mau "Stage ready, gentlemen.
Saved. me drop the lamp from my hand ; stillI Thomas, moving with his lamp across .
was .
mills saying hut brother has had a ,
my had unconsciously left my first song the room, "and here is the lamp on the t.O ,;
bad.fall on thVdam, and isbellowing'forme and table.' Beautiful Bonnets: ,
was singing :
i' To must have some rare experience I to and hiir. His be
come see I' She have out.' ,
got -
to tell us, Mrs. BoswelL/' said per- broken entirely. For his bride a soldier won her i i ,
,: suasive Lieutenant ,Russell, while lie 'What will you do ?' And a winning tongue had he. "* No, I watched for her ; and every -Two shades of gray velvet are the

waited for- ,the mail >tage.hYou 'I told the man I could not come "I knew that temporary salvation window is fastened on the inside.' material used'in..a soft round' hat and.,,

;: 1 have been j tat this frontier, post .ever to see him to-dav-'but' if I went, ali, :-s, power and liberty to leave the room Then he continued : "Curse her 1 sbe's the long plumes, held :on one-side by

since Captain Boswell was stationed 1 would be sure to be, back- "by elevenof even-depended upon my appearing unconscious a witch 1' and, battled, they stood gold pins, are of the same shades.,

here?" the clack, if not earlier.' of the robber's pioximity. and poured volu es of oaths after -A shirred Lan try bonnet of dark
"Yes ; we. have' been here eight 'You may go, Thomas, if jour ''I cot out of the library ar l found me. green velvet, bordered by impian feathers
years" she l-eplied.wi the rare smile brother is hurt so bad. I'apwr will not myself, the sitting room. A hasty 'I'd like to catch and knife her myself and with strings of green velvet, is

that glorified her face.. "I have passed be away long.' glance at the door showed the"ket. absent -, now.' How he ground it out be-. very dainty.: On the side.'is a breast

through many,trying ordeals here, but I 'But, my young Ja1y'-- from the lock*. tween'his teeth. and wing of impian.A .
think that I bad an adventurein 'Shall we search more ?' .
really "
.Never mind me in suet)} a cage as little close-fitting bonnet, is of j
the East, before [ married the Cap- this. I was always tender- eatted. "I wonder that this new revelationdid It's no use ; we'\e turned over '
three shades of brown velvet laid inknifeplait
tain, equal to any ,that I have experienced You may go and I will run right backto not suffocate me. The man on the everything' tinder which a mouse could ings and slightly caught ''up'on !
:" highway-the inj tired brother-Thomas hide.
the house.
one side of the front by a bird
"Will you, and oblige us?" I "lIe talked a few minutes more, was had betrayed us. He hud overheard 'What, then? Shall we waylay the whose plumage shows the same shades.
Russell. i about the '. A robber in the old ma' and fix him ? .
urged profuse in his thanks for my kindness, rouue) was .
"Mrs. Boswell," said Dan, the irre- and then started down for the'city. I house and another was outside. My .. They haven't the money ; it was -Scarlet velvet and silver lace, make 1 li

pressible youngster of our party. "Youcan took up the two baskets, and went singing retreat would be cut off. How thoughts left here.' a very jaunty little bonnet. The velvet -
become a heroine of romance if you to the house. ran riot thiouah my mind. How would 'The cellar,' suggested the voice. is covered with the' lace, the soft

will" "I sat an hour by the open window, they kill me ? Would I suffer long? At "Once more they dashed: out, only to front being puffed, the strings ,of led,
"Thank lOu," aid our little hos- enjoying intensely this being alone and that instant 1 heard a faint creak of return in hot,haste now, for there v as velvet, and on the side"red ,and gray

tess. "I don't mind accepting the the quiet beauty of the, cool Autumn the litmry r.the far end of the the tro: and rumble of a horse and carriage feathers are mingled with winscs.A .

honor." evening. long hall. on the bridge between us and the 'dainty little bonnet has a crowu,

Three of us were sitting in an inner "Perhaps you will wonder at this," Ohe swift dtepairlug glance aroundme city. of maroon and gold velvet brocade cutup

apartment{ the small frontier hostel and the dimples played her pretty one wild idea of escape, and I extinguished 'Stay,' urged the stranger, trump, in point at the back and borderdby

ry. The bai-room was packed with mouth, "but little birds were singing anew the light upon the table, and, 'up some kind of a story, and :we may a puff of mann velvet ,and heavy
miners, and we had chosen to have song in my heart, and the quiet let crouching iu the fireplace, I rested one tecuie the money )'et.' gold cords. Orange feathers and

our supper served by .ourselves, as we me hear the sweet echoes. foot on the irou, swung out the iron '1 would,' returned Thomas 'but strings of orange and maroon: finish

.had appointed, to 10'to. Caster City in "But directly 1 chided myself for crane, stepped the other foot upon the 1 the ir"s tv witch, I am just as this most striking bonnet. '

company., being rather careless, as the load was a strong support, and rose up into the flue. sure that she is somewhere near all the A.handsome high
Mrs. Boawell was much below thoroughfare, and- chauce stragglers Something: touched my head Thank time, and would hand me over to justice I hat is of with
terra-cotta.velvet slightly
the medium size, quick of *i'eecb, light might surprise me.. I arose, closed my God it was the rope with which the -' rolled brim edged with folds of the vel
of movement AS a bird and graceful usa impressive dislodged bricks had been hoisted out. "There was a scamper, outside and
window and, obeying some strange, vet. The crown is encircled by loosely-
fawn power,I walked through the hall Grasping this carefully with my hands, the sound of feet running, towards the
velvet while the tide is
.tw : on a
"It was in 18-," she began ; "I had into the library took father's key I held myself like a wedge in the oi>eninn. river came down the wide mouth at the
i of tips of the same the
group shade as
just made the acquaintance of Captain 'from its accustomed place unlock d Before I had envied large, noble- op of the chimney Father and Cap
hat. A pin of oxidized, silver
filigree {
Boswell; he having seme business mat- his desk found the package ol $.jOUO, looking; women before, I now had to t.e tain Roswell drove into the yard and up and gold is fastened the folds of
ters to arrange with father, had called and, placing it in my bosom, relockedthe thankful for my diminutive form to the door, just .as the clock struck I velvet. among
at' our place several times. Finally door, and returned to the sitting- and ninety odd pounds of avoirdu I twelve. .
there came a rare day in Autumn, and room. I did not light a lamp; I had no pois."I ; .' 'Thomas,' called my father, in his -An olive-green hat with high

he and father were closeted the greater need of a fire, as that from the kitchen had little time, however, to consider ringing tones, 'come and take care of fquare crown and straight brim,'
part of the day, overhauling papers stove warmed the sitting room sufficiently anything excepting the imminent the horse.' trimmed with a cluster of cream-col- *

memcranda, deeds and receipts. My in this mild weathe' 1 dacger: of dislodging a fragment of Receiving no response from his usu I oieJ tips mingled with the plumage ofa
r father at that time was doing a great I'I "The house was old.fashionec.l"ery, brick or mortar, and thus disclosiing ally punctual factotum, he sprang up I 1 bird of paradise on the. left side attracts -

deal of business as an attorney. with a fire place in the sitting room my hiding- lace. for the clock began the stein?, and uttered an exclamation no little attention. 'Another of
"At 'tea time tatter said to me opening up into a chimney of Capacity with sonorous peals to strike 11. Undercover of horror at finding the door open. the sune shape is of light gray velvet
'Bess won't mind an evening of its echoes there were swift '" oswell,' said he 'we %;:
you sufficient for a foundry stack.W' certainly with crown encircled by folds of white <
alone, so long as Thomas is about, will e had cheerful open fires later on ;but soft steps in the hall, and the bolt of saw a light heie when we came down Pompadour lace. The puffed brim is

you?' ". 1 the house being an ancestral pile, was the outer door was withdrawn. The the hill.' sightly rolled on one side below a cluster j,

"'I said no,.f, r although there were I getting somewhat dilapidated, and the huge flue must have acted like a ttle- 'Quick, Jason !' said the Captain, of white plumes. and yellow. breast ,
many robberies being committed in the' partition separating the Hues in the phone for I heard every sound with there has been foul play here.' feather

neighboring cities, private families in large chimney had fallen in. Men had fearful distinctness. First, there wasa ''Foul play? My God my poor of. '
the suburbs felt no fear. Our house been set to clear out the rubbish and pause by the door of the sitting- little girl.' -The: coast Mexico, near Vera

was a mile from the city proper, make repairs, but the work, half done, room, then breathing in it, then whisper- '"Father,' I strove to call, but the Cruz, not long ago had a' shower of fish-

and a half mile from neighbors either was suspended on account of the arrivalof ing."I first attempts, choked in dust and soot, es, causing the utmost! ,consternation.
heard Thomas when he A :similar: thing happened at San Luis
way. Captain Boswell and this important distinctly ended in a hysterical hiccough.
''We find,' he continued, 'that the business affair. said : '"Where is that ? What, is it ?' Potosi. Superstitious people talked

Captain has got to bunt up some more "I would have enjoyed immensely to 'She isn't here ; she's gone to bed ; called my distracted father, and, both about the end of the world. The'fiheswere
Paper concerning the estate before hecan kindle a sparkling fire in the huge.wide but the money is in the library.' men dashed for the library."I species of sardine not familiar iu

: give Baron a satisfactory title. We fireplace, but as affairs were I cou'd 'Be cautious.' advised a strange now strove to descend, but the the neighborhoods A shower years
; hall go Judge Whitcomb's office, and not. So I mused in darkness for hours.I voice, 'and we may not have to hurt movement brought down bushels of ago in Wales was of a small fish,knownas

our search may be so successful that 11 I really took no heed of time, until my her.' *. ': mortar and broken bricks from all sides, stickleback:, sprinkling'the,groundover

: O'o'clockwillfiL'd us home again. Still we quick ears caught the sound of a foot- "Thty carefully retreated, and my and closed up the flue. I bethought me an area, of several square .miles.

may be detained longer. Slant : fall approaching, close up to the door- heart struck off the seconds against of the rope, and by sticking my toes in They were alive when they fell, yet if

i I call and tell\ jour cousin sully step, I could have taken my oath. It my ribs in,a way that was suffocating, here and there, I went up the chimney caught up by 'whirlwind from any of
- to come down and spend the night with 1 was so light an echo that I sprang to for I knew that their search would and over hand. iLe brackish ponds near the sea, ia J.

you?'," I It my feet, thinking that my cousin Milly. soon be over, and what then ? Agile as a cat, when I reached, the which this species of fish aboutds, they
t '''Xo-yes,' I contradictorily an- absent when my father called, return- "In less than five minutes they top of the low chimney I sprang down must have been conveyed through thu

I swered. 'Do as you please ; I am ing later, had come down to stay with were. whispering in the room again. upon the roof ana began calling loudlyfor air a distance of thirty miles. Thw
not timid in the least with Thomas 'Damn her aspirated Thomas, 'she father. theory of scientists is that the iish aretransported

: ,.about me."I sprang up with a smile to answer took the money with her.' "You should have heard them run with wonderful speed
! "'not Captain Boswell is going to her knock, albeit I was a little bit jealous .. 'Then we'll have. it if-' through the house and halloo before through the air to the j lace of deposit

kave$5000 here until he return' I of her pretty face; but no knock "Tne pause meant all that words they located my voice. At last the In India such shower is known to
'" 'Does about the died out and altogether could came out of dcors. ha e taken place, the fishes vatyingfrom
I r any one know came, and the,echoes convey. The cold sweat was Captain
money?' that deceived out of 'Will get ladder a pound to a pound and a half
I concluded I.had coming every pore of my body. ;yon me a please, '
," 'Only ourselves.' myself in regard to them. Anyhow, I The dust tf the creosote had penetratedmy said I, 'I want to get down from. here. each. .. .

,"'Then I am not afraid. Besides,you would light the lamp. I did so and mouth and nostrils, and IlIad ,to 'A ladder Jason,' shouted the Cap- -An Ohio dog came home the other \

f 1 are likely to be back before graveyards was startled to find it past 10 o'clock.I take one hand from the rope in their absence tain, 'the little girl is on the roof.' day with every tooth in his head broken .

.75W and thieves walk abroad.' ha i gotten sufficiently aroused from and a place a linger upon my lip 'For the love of Heaven girl, how off at the gums. Shortly, after he die

."Thomas brought the horse round, my reverie now to want a book romthe, to prevent sneezing. came you there?said my father, as I and on being opened a small bwrdin! t Y'

;.1Dd,wbile father spoke to him, touched library shelves. I took up my lamp .'Come, hurry1- was \the angry I landed upon the ground, and began house doughnut was found! .in his'stom:. '
the Captain's sleeve : and went singing into the room. watchword exchanged between them i shaking the soot from my clothes. ach. Except for two rr three 'small

"Where is your money left" I "I obtained the desired volume .I and I heard the stairs creaking I 'I went up there through the chimney deists, the dougnut was uninjured.--;

"In your father's desk in the library.' stepped down from the stool, and- as they ascended to my chamber. But you had better: put up Yonkers Statesman. '

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Rapidity of Fire.
Leave TttnsvUIe Tuesday and. Friday ate ,
Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.PREPARED .
at BaD GaUie Tuesday and Fridayat
8 p.m.Leave. .
at 6 a.m.Eau GaU1e Wednesday and Saturday EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of E. REMINGTON & SONS

Arrive TttDsvOle Wednesday and Satur. Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growing trees, ,
day an p.m., and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. NEW YORK OFFICE 281 & 283 BROADWAY. .
MISCELLANEOUS. IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the
latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT ARMORY ILION, N. Y. ..


::1 O,GOO" MEN, Wilmington, Del. STORTi CAMP ; .. :

Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "A pic*" to bring you a tact of the .
,r W.OIEI'A"D ,

To read this advertisement and learn the PLOW BRAND.JXO. ORGANSThe _
ANDERSON, of Ormond,Agent for East and South Florida. ;
Safest Place to Buy, '

Cheapest- Place to Buy, COLLINS CO. HARTFORDEstablished Best and Most Popular Organsnow

Best Place to Buy: manufactured.


FIRST-CLASS in Workmanship. ..
We will save you money, rive yon the ;

very best instrument made, please you in I FIRST-CLASS in Material.
the selection, deal with you fairly, and i.. :

allow you privileges and accommodations: I ,j.: FIRST-CLASS in t
; k Everything.
which no other house in the Union will : ... ; .
do.- This we say; this we guarantee.The :..
place of all others, to bay'superb Instruments .-:-: : Price.

at lowest possible figures,is at \ ...'.. .... WARRANTED for Five Years.T --

.. Ludden & Bates' Every Organ of our manufacture. is not only warranted for fire yean but la gamut
teed to give
perfect ati action in every particular. Our factory is one of the largest
and most complete in the world and all of our work is strictly flrst-clasa. We also bare
a full line of the leading Pianos and can urnfeh any style at the lowest market price.WearedeslroBsoflntrodudngonrOrganathrongh.
.. GENTS WANTED out toe Southand offer special duceinmake Dealers

Savannah, Ga., and New Yorh. ADdliDg our instruments. Eclusiveterritorygiven and Agents Good,and reliable protection Write
Axes Hatchets PICkS u for catalogues and Information.
and chain of Branch Houses.
REFERENCES: An/ Bank in St. Louis or Chicago.
Macon, Ga. AND .

,Rose C. .I Columbus GoJaboro,1, Ga.C. TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also STORY & CAMP ':

Meridian, Mm. Jachontille, Fla.
All under same management. Instru- FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS .. ,
ments.Terms and Prices precisely sam Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing -AI'Mnes.. 203 NORTH FIFTH ST., ST. LOUIS, MO.
as at Savannah central House. Write ns
or the House nearest yon. Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues Ac.( _CHICAGO HOUSE t 188 & 190 STATE STREET._
by writing to the makers,

COLLINS & CO.., 212 Water St., New York. ONLY S2O. NOTICE.
PIANOS & ORGANS Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.November .
S, 1SS3.}

From fie f orift greatest Mate PARSONS PURGATIVE lowing-named NOTICE is hereby settler has given tiled that notice the fol of

ILLS : : L his intention to make final proof in sup-
Brought within the reach of all by our .. port of his claim and that said proof
LOW Prices and EASY Terms. Nine will be made before A. A. Stewart. clerk
Leading and Reliable Makers. Over 300 ".4 CSNIG win OO1IIpl.wly TFROY0 eUaJ1l tle 111ft''''I'll,,,.'"tl"' lyew.i.tbr.s_.... '. 'p.netwk.wnitak.ONEPILL circuit court at Titusville,Fla., on 'Wed t
different,, styles and prices No other For curs,teroal.CplaiDw'Ii...Pill.ban>DO eqaal.S..l..btnnon4&n I"II7.ItriU.lI..tb.lIIl.< tb.itwek.ILigUporEL pneti.acid"U7,11.. r + nesday January 2, 18S4, viz: Charles L.
a..s DT mal forte e.ati ta.umM. SeDd for p.mpbl.a I.a JOBlIaolf II COUoetoa.....
,House in America offers such a magnificent Stewart of Eau Gallic, Fla., lId 4,014
line of first-class instruments. for the N E 4 of X W J Sec. 5, Township .
27 S, Range 37 E. ,'
Chickening, Ludden &: Bates, Anion, A TRIAL OF THE BALTIMORE JOBBERWILL He names the following witnesses to ,

Mathushek and Hallctt &Davis Pianos; prove his continuous residtute upon and .
CLEARLY SUBSTANTIATE ESPECIAL POINTS OF EXCEL cultivation of said land, viz: John Simmons -
Mason & Hamlin, Packard Orchestral, LENCE. Thonfas Suell, John L.Casper,and

f;i : Palace, and Bay State Organs. 1st-It is the easiest running press made. 2d-It Ls as strong as any press made. John Houston, of Eau Gallic, Fla.
3d-It is the most durable press made. 4th-It will do as good work as 23 5w L.A.Barnes
:iALL OX EAST TERMS. made. 5th-It will take less to keep it in repair than any press made. Gth-Gast( Register U. S. Land Office.
but not least) It costs less than any first-class press made.

The HOLIDAYS NAVAL As..t.w.atedfa., BATTLES. .
New aDd Pti"?PkwrtaiUtstogotb.razS..drhttatbe '
PHILADELPHIASINGER W" MBy Medical Director SHlprtN.U.S.N. Addra
Will soon be here and it's high time to I.C ItcCURDV&Gx. jj Chestnut St..Fhuidelp.Ya. '
think of selecting a present for your wife. MACHINEEQUAL
daughter, sister,or sweetheart. Nothingcan The Florida State Gazetteer

be better or more pleasure-giving -i_EL $ t TO ANY SINGER IN TilE MARKET. and
than a Piano or an Organ. Write us, or + The above cut represents the most
our nearest branch house. for illustrated ular style for the people which we oiler pop- BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
catalogues, price lists and circulars giving you for the very low price of 820. lle-
Information valuable to intending IlkV/ member, we do not ask you to pay until Containing the nantes, fci ow avl wltitvi 4
purchasers, and warningagainst humbug you have seen the machine. After having -of the- "
Dealers and Bogus Makers, who are now examined if it is not all we represent Merchant
deceiving buyers advertisements return it to Professional & Business men,
through flaming
us at our expense. Consult and
and false statements. We expose V your interests and order at once,or send the principal farmers and landowners
such frauds fully. Read our circu- for circulars and testimonials. orange groves and plan- t:
lars carefully. Address Address CHARLES A. Wood & CO.. tations, together with a J

Ludden & Bates, Savannah, Gag March: No. 17,N. Tenth 45 Cm St., Philadelphia l'a. : SIxtchofAll Cities, Tovrm tend lilluycr,

NOTICE. And how to reach them ant other valuable
Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.1 ,
Oct. 26. 1883. / In County Court. This important work will be i fcsuol justas "
Brevard County soon jw the labor of collecting ,.
,NOTICE is hereby given that the fol- Florida. and '
compiling the fact be acccmplished. -
(i can
lowing-named settler has filed notice of D?
his intention to make final proof in support WHKKEAS,Fanny A. Joyner. Adminis To the business comnm- .;:
of his claim, and that said proof will 'W t n tratrix of the Estate of J. W.Joyner de nity this will be the most valuable book '
be made before County Judge!Brevard ceased late of Brevard county Florida, that has yet been published about :]$
at Titnsville, Fla., on Monday, r having filed in the office of the County FlorHa.
Price cri
Judge of said $5. to lie bOll by sub:: 1
December 10, 18S3, viz: Geo. W. Idner county a written sugges \
deceased tion of the insolvency of said estate tion. '
one of the heirs of Nancy Idner :
Thomasville Ga.,for the S E k of S E 4 Notice is hereby given to all persons Pales .
Section 23,Township 2S S, Range 27 E. having claims of any nature against the for ildttrlMay;
He names the following witnesses to : said Estate, to file the same duly authen 1 Page with book$50. }P:1gewith book:$SOJB"Aiwnts "1!
his continuous residence ; ;& & ticated. In the otticc of the County Judge
prove cultivation of said land,viz:R.M.Blla J JAll of said county on or before the 3d day of : wanted in every county, to ':
Asa Allen, oi Georgians, March will be A. D. 1884, at which time there whom liberal terms will be offered.-!
Peter Wright and George Damon of Melbourne a pro rata distribution of the said GUSHING & Pubs.
Flo. Estate among the several creditors enti APPLEYARD, ,I
L. A. Register; ,c tied thereto, and the said administratrix P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, Fla. :
BUSS discharged.
( Office.
27 5w
Witness my name as County Judge of FOR SALE !

said county this 27th day of August A. A desirable cottage, home and lot In ,
1IICHRS( Size Presses, Type and Printers' Supplies. Catalogue free. D.lSS3. J. A. MCCKORT, Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright t-

J.Co KcQ.'III1Y a to-Fw.dapoNR 17 J. F. W. DOEMAX, 21 GERMAN ST REET, BALTDIORE, MD. TittHYillc/Fla., Sept. C County, 1SS3 Judge.19 Cm. and general PWTCILVPJ repairing&shop 3Iuy at Titusville.Enquire 11 tl .

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: :-l' :M;B x0lt0SD1xcI01raaTmu.: : 'y 'WIatt Is It1?!!t' that' because, turnips are often starvation or extreme destitution ; a disagreeable nuisance a
fi. mea-
1|:,U up
!",::' $* .breeze haunts'. the dew$rooping' "Yes't"WeuI V gen in,:manures;'they are lesa/dependent .a very long period,,, l( enever shocks it Is preferable to make large
; .,7 ADd where good the sweet v raeebend Il d > .I ift.oVeo:; i feel so wretched,' #y" upon a supply:of this eubstance than :ssparated from the'Soil,'. lfu's ,-and to take. at least"ten rows each

:i. Y; The arbor and trellicei iHderT'A'A y ,'Fred' ?, Whatisthematter. ,, ? corn x: ps.; If any farmer feels a douDt >ourlarge and:crowded :cities, ;: by which the shocks will 'stand.
? R! arbirdwithahyeat: browneyeir Are not well?" squalor; demoralization and
> you this point let him try to'genie and Will'not'bleak .
?s;* "alt baby: Pearl neo doth peep; v upon down or tum
"g& Oar own dainty pet.whfle she lies 0 yes I'm very well ; but' I don't roots for a few years in, succession, on James Parton. "i over. A large shock'will dry'quite I
:]S.vr'Sweetbabr V:in the tosh.of inaocent,Pearl tleep! .!''c.-. ?1..qf5a. get on welL I am forever being blamed the same land, using mineral manures -The Canadian Horticulturist' ,although somewhat more slowly'\ ,

'and feelmgi.batl;d erve"it, and yet I alone, and removing the produce. A 'how blanch celery :. ''To smaller'one,and can be'more easily
{ >"onrsnow-robed'darl'mghisiisen Her pillow to .; try: to be'all right, you know.". rapid decline in the crop will soon con-' ily and rapidly go on your knees by damage from storms. The

' :Lire dew-drops her azure eyes glisten "v"Oh yes, to be sure you do. You vince him how dependent the turnips the row ; take .a plant in one should be put up so that the :en.

''ff}t.'-;,. let Like elders sunbeam areyet4t she the flits the door r- are avery. .:good" fellow, ,Fred ;,go toeleeli .are on a liberal supply of nitrogen in shake it and squeeze it close to Is open below and air can pass freely

:-t: 'f. ,She fathers up crumbs here and there;:. .. .. : ,1 f. the soil.-J. B. Laws the earth from centre, holding it,-and should be bound securely
-1 AM Bat>rite yet.'not wondrous of myth winsome or of fable and, fair.* O no, Harry: I'am not good, thoughI -A member of the Oneida Community hand ; with the other draw the above the centre and at the top with

; Like a feather that's borne by a" zephyr, do Rot think Iltui very bad: It must writing' oh the' importance: of up to the plant on that side ; I bands It Is very important that
,.;, 'She flits with the mit s'in..Ler hand. be that:I am And offer them all to the redbreast- 'I ,
'>. fairest alms-giver she in the land! Harry laughed at that.. kind, says that he. mulched a row. earth on that side, after' which rain may not enter. Corn fodder so
r:.' ; 4-t'Pearl.. -baby Pearl l' -*. .1.r>. '. "I do, :not believe''' .misfortune, of the Franconia raspberry and also one of the plant and draw the earth up may remain a long time without

; "What will you have, my little Fred.. of the Philadelphia side by side. The' both. sides, pressing. it against the ;/"but'the husking should not be .
','But you do believe that it, is effect was marked. While the After row is
i zrj, : :Dn?" asked a neighbor of Master. my very your gone over any later than. when the corn
.'.. '*..Johnny. own fault ?" Francouias, which, were not .mulched,, blanched finish up with a hoe. because husking corn.in_a snow- ,
t:1; : "Idunno" was his reply., ,"Mammatold Well, yes, I do," said Harry, with were literally scorched and the leaves blanchings are enough. A : is neither convenient, agreeable:f
'" hesitation. crumbled In the sun, the row which re- of salt along the row has been_ I healthful=N. Y. Time
to dare ask for
not cake
: me pie or ,
|j i ceived the carried be of at the of .
'., like I did the last time, and I dunno "But' why do you think so? 'Speak mulching through' advantage time f
,' .what else you've got In the pantry." |I'out' I'don't mind if you do say, some- nearly double the crop of ,fruit The ing." Healthy Homes., I
I'I thing unpleasant,.""' material. used for mulching was old,> -Ben Perley Poore says in -
uA little friend of ours had rather I I4 "Well, then, Fred, I believe that the half-d."cayed buckwheat straw, etc. American Cultirator : "Plants 'Rawlinson C. E. London
',:;.: -'a"9gurfive" way of,writing when;..heInclosed J|I:only unfortunate,, thing,about you. is -In an address before the Maryland never be watered In the heat of : ,
:'- his composition on Babies, with II your hobbit' of beginning too Horticultural Society, on March 29, in hot weather, nor in the evening
"f. .wTbeniother'A' 4th" at1: many subsoil fcmath: a house should
: gives Joy 1883 William Sanders
. I things, and finishing too few. If Superintendentof there is any danger of frost. .
you dry, or it should be made
the baby 1st 2th. We suppose it 8soh'd the
notice, you do not'stick to one thing at GroundsandGardensoftheAgri- sunshine long-continued, says: by land ,
i.: ; food shortly*4/w> after." .", ,.*/t!* i.... i I the time then nothing. seems. to be done, ultural Department at Wahington,D. C. has stimulated the plant into draining..
.... -One morning' I found little Dora : ana mamma- blames you.-* You .are< always said : "The blight onitbe ;apple and action, if that stimulus of heat be ground floor of house should' *

, i busy at ironing-table smoothing the behindhand..,. andjiaye .no 'atxvjm- pear trees,is, in the aggregate, source denly diminished by the effusion of below outside.the level of the laid; street f *
*?towels and stockings. pUshed work tb.. show. If you- will of much loss. I will not discuss the water, or by its sudden + ,
/* "I n't it bard for the little arks ?"'Itasked. just finish'one.:thing .before you begin point as to whether this. malady is death ensues, exactly as it has site excavated on the side o! a hill, '
.. caused by a low form of vegetable life, those bank, is liable to be dangerous,
another, believe you will come I(Ily happened to win have
;', !llooklike'sunshine; into her, to the .end_ of. your troubles. Good fungi, or by a low form of ;insect life I in cold spring water after having 1 ventilation may be ,defect-. .. I
,. face as she glanced toward: her mother, night." bacteria, but allude to it to mention the I heated by violent and continued and the subsoil water from above j
':who was rocking the baby.: "Good night I will -think of, what fact that no part of"a tree coated wita cise on a hot day. Very lately in soak toward and beneath such
.:}; "It isnt't hard work'when I do it for you have said:!;"' '- lime-wash has ever been affected. city some very precious plants, by es.. Middens, cesspools .and ash.

I *, :;mamma," she softly said "! The .more Fred thought of it the -The new breed of fowls, Wyan- dent, were not watered, early in 'if at the back, must also taint such!

How. .true'it is that love makes: *labo r more sure he felt that his brother was dotteSj formerly know as American morning, but at 11 o'clock, 'when I
i'sweeLI's tI> right; and at last he fell asleep, Seabrights, is rapidly growing favor. pots and the earth were much subsoil within every basement !
a:: 'Frald We's Lost, Pussle resolving that he would in future They have heavy, compact bodies, beau- the consequence the sudden have a layer of concrete over it,
there should be full
:' The other evening 'a little girl was do one thing well before, beginning an. t plumage, very small combs and of six out of eleven of them." .. ventilation." .
;' other. make good layers. The strongest points cesspits, sinkholes, 'drains -
seated ,
,found on the steps of a house In -An English gardener, Mr.
hew York .city Her little red, hattested The next day, however, Fred found in their favor are that they have legs of of Devonshire, in giving an not be foamed nor be retained

on the,back of her head, and ,hercheeks that it is not, easy to break 'off a- baday a deeper yellow than the Plymouth the importance of hoeing, said he house basements.
:were tea '7stained. She w habit. He was brushing' his clothes, Hock, and the combs being small prevents not agree with those who say that grounds round dwellings houses
:, !'!scarcely three years .oldi: She pressed when he remembered that he'had not frosting in winter. They equal good weeding is worth two be paved, flagged,asphaltedcov
to her ,breast a small white-and-black cleaned his teeth. He half cleaned his I the Dorking in compactness of body, say never weed any crop in which with concrete, or be graveled.-

kitten which she had been carrying,.-and teeth, when he leftoff to,begin to brush I| grow rapidly, and are very. hardy.- can be gJt between the plants, I channels should be In good
1Jaid: his hair, and ,so 'he went from one The demand for this breed has been much for the sake of destroying sav'r, and be regularly cleansed. ,

"I's 'fraid we's lost, Pussie." thing to another until the bell> rang,'and very heavy this season;which is due to weeds and vermin, which must eaves should be guttered and

. By and by she began to cry, and a he was obliged to hurry down to break their being only recently introduced. sarily be the case if the hoeing be .

' -Passing policeman finding that she had fast."Your -Poultrymen sometimes troubled well, as for increasing the tubs should not be'near doors or I
strayed from home,brought her and her hair does not look smooth, with partial blindness In their young the soil to allow the water and V
,, 'kitten the Police Central Office, where Fred," remarked his i mother, and heremembered I chickens, occasioned possibly by too little penetrate freely through it." He : should distancet '"
.shewas placed in charge of Matron that. he had forgotten to I variety in their food. The eyelids, "1'am well convinced, by long ever be at a
{. Webb. At 9 o'clock an excited man finish it. I ji in the morning, are stuck together so close practice, that'oftentimes where pigs are kept, there should
f into After breakfast he took his books I J' i firmly that the chicken cannot cleanliness. Improperly keep
,_: 'ran the, Central. offise. and ,said .his up open mote b netitderi\"ed by crops from has
:' little daughter' was lost. -He was seat to study his lesson! lie bad got about I them without assistance. When both mg them well hoed than there is pigs and caused more human sick-'

t ,to the lost children's department, where half-way through when'he' left off to eyes are in this condition the chicken the manure applied. Weeds destroyed more human life
,. all the battles
,be recognized his:'daughter. He said his spin a top for his little brother He cannot feed with facility, as it has to be weed, 1 still keep stirring the soil, in. the country has ever
.'name was Elias Micklen, and that he finished that and then went back to his guided by hearing and smell, therefore, knowing from practice the very : engaged
< dived '.at 35} Greenwich avenue. Head books, but instead of learning one lesson loses flesh for want of food, droops and cial effects has." and n plants should of course'be'in
never seen the kitten before. quite perfectly, he read them all ; dies. These drooping chickens can of- properly cultivated.
so when school time came he' knew\ ten be saved by having their heads dipped -Cattle are sometimes po I houses;from the mansion to the I
The Secret of Non-Suceess. the wilted leaves of the I '
nom, set .r.. in clean water and the eyes washed eating are for some of 1
.* "Have you been a good boy' today,' But (:)De'' gOod thhig'came;f torn .his open. They then see readily devour cherry. The green leaves are not reasons:
Fred but the poison to ,.._
? sonous seems --
having lain awake at night and talked their rations greedily, and begin to gain I
The question rang in Fred's ears as to his brother lt was now watchfulof by some chemical change which The Blessings a Day.
rte; went up stairs. It was with him himself. When lie found that he flesh.In regard to yellow-skinned Jerseysthe place during the wilting. Take ,
Blithe time he the side therefore, not to cu: wild cherry is not the that
was kneeling by had half a dozen things begun, and American Dairyman says : "We remember thing glitters.
*>f,hit bed, he could not sleep for think- none finished, be made himself go back once taking part in a test of and leave the branches where the the greater part of the great
Jng. can get them, for, strange total of daily shine emanates .
and finish the first one and then the about thirty Jerseys belonging to Mr.
-. "Have-you been a good boy to-day, other. At first it was quite hard work, Churchman, of Indianapolis, Ind. We seem., they will abandon good substances decidedly more humble 1
.:Fred?" and he had to,exercise strong restraint selected all the pale skinned cows and eat them. If the cattle are more common. Here is a list of J
His mother's searching eyes looked over himself. But after a time it tested their cream yield, and then did of having eaten them mix one pint small blessings : On wak j
:gravely Into'his face as she asked this became more easy, and he found I the same with the cows possessing yellow I of hog's lard and molasses and lie abed ten minutes longer To 1

question.. that it saved time, and was the means II skins and while these cows uniformily until it will run readily pour to put on big shoes instead of the t
"It is pretty certain that mamma of accomplishing more work. gave milk in color equal to corresponding long-u?cked bottle, raise the ones of the previous night. Pleas
,-thinks. that I have not been good," But did he succeed better wheu he with the color or lack of color in head, and, inserting the nose surprise at finding umbrella not
thought Fred., had broken himself of the habit ? their skins, yet the cream yield was so bottle in the corner of the mouth during breakfast. Comfort of be-
"But what do you think ?" asked Yes, he found that his mother was nearly equal that there was no practical to reach well,back on the,tongue, office in time to read paper and
dun; ence.- it down. The usual dose varies I studious attitude before Smith
better pleased with him, and that his advantage on either side. In other I II
Fred tried to quiet the voice. He I': pint to a quart, according to down. Consciousness that Smith
teachers did not so often have occasion { words, so far as butter yield is concrscJthe -
dosed his eyes: and pretended'to go to to reprove him, aud that his: consciencedid color of the skin is probably of |I I animal and severity of case, but Ditto' that he, is very late.
iSleep;,..but it was of no use, for his not make him as uncomfortable as no value whatever as a criterion" is no danger of an overdose.A thrill' at throwing mucilage
I J thoughts were too busy to allow him to before. lIe dd not again call himself -The Trilunue and Farnw says : I I sheep is peculiar in re '(: at organ grinder t-Blow window.

: so, and presently he gave it up, unfortunate, for he bad discovered 'Thorough tillage not only adds to the eating well and retaining the consciousness tbat
f ":opening' his-eyes,_ and resigning, himself the secret of his non-success and over: yield of corn but it is of decided benefitin of the eyes: while it is gradually : bas a head on him. Comfortable
" to that which was inevitable. The I come the fault.Evening Call. preparing the: ground for consequentcrops. ing by sickness until it dies at the all day over Smith's state and

>- :moon was shining brightly, and the I ... Hence it is essential: that a cul- trough. When a sheep loses resulting idleness. Much comfort
+ room looked cozy. I tivator or horse-hoe be kept moving becomes very thin without because Smith does even less. I
"I ought to:be'a good boy," thought -The remedies for sleeplessness, it is much of the time for weeks ensuing any other marked symptoms of d at refusing two cocktails
..Fred.4".Evel'body is very kind to me, found, must be varied according to its particularly in regions where the it is probable that it is suffering dinner. Comfort in'a B. ..t. S.

;.. .,-* all, my wants are supplied. And causes. If occasioned by grief, mor- crop is grown extensively. Good culture tuberculosis of the intestines. with Smith' and in benevolent
c Jet' it is'certain that I am not good. i phia, tarciea and codicil are prescribed; -frequent stirring of the soil-is skin is pale and the eye is ition ot his state. Dinner, and
want to befbut somehow I always fail. I if from nervousness or arterial excitement the great factor in corn growing. On bright, this is still more the cold apple pie with
I cannot think how it is. It is not be'Cause bromide of Potassium, if the light soils a little ashes, plaster or other the eyes are yellowish and the Self congratulation that I have
1 am'careless and indifferent. I patient is not auanmc. If the came is fertilizer, applied to each hill, or along yellow cast, the disease is in the got to marry girl with frizzy hair
; 'rare much to please uiy father and pure nervousness: chloroform in small the drilled row, if in drills, will stimulate If the dung is soft and of a fetid to Jones. Comfort in thinking
::1'. "t1 tber. 1 want nothing more than to quantities can be applied. Hydrate of the corn crop materially; but keeping the digestive organs ale \ has got to marry her. Comfort-
,i ;;L' ,live: satisfaction; and satisfy my own chloral suits newly all cases where thereis the cultivator moving linl the urine is thick or of an nap in office chair while preserving

"v: foascience too. I seem to be always no dysipsia or heart isease. Sleeplessness thus stirring the soil, is the great factor pearance or odor,disease of the ; of work. Satisfaction at
tf. may, and yet I never get things done e in the aged or in debilitated I! and all imjiortant.: or of the liver may be suspected. Smith say he has had two more

..t. 'isaopn as Harry does. I am tired out persons requires tonics such as wine Separated from the soil man never these disorders would be because myself have had none.

"at night, and yet I am sure mamma I bitters and the like...__ yet has succeeded in thriving. At best, by a loss of flesh and gradual at finding Mrs. Rodgers not at home,
.' :f flunks I am idle, and do not try to do without it, he is a potted plant, and 'I but it is impossible 'advise any leaving card. Tea. Novel. Cigar.
i ttj best, I am a most unfortunate I j _uWb)', Smith, what a dreadful some of the pots are miserably small. I went without knowing precisely -Life.When .

"= lor." I i it I state of intoxication you are in." "This have visited many factories in New Etgr is the matter.-JT o York Trr I ...

', .j Ju*then Harry,who was sleeping in odes'fulstate'toaicatiouJustou3htem land, and I find that wherever the -Corn should be cut as near a man has taken just
?;Y--another'bed, seemedto, be disturl I'I seen me'th'other night. This's only a operatives have a good-sized'garden, ground as possible. This is not so to be ,rtentailyatimulated enough the .'

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- .We hare Lad slight rani dung"'tbe. '-WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, -A MAjority .;: f Hack'& Freight Line J. C. NORvVOO& COiS'I';

last. few'days ....,...>'.. Io? '''. of.the i8 .rectToters of the Seaold I IBEAD BETWEEN DEALERS IX f -). ;...!.

. : 4i i. Caili'i launched. .*Ms new. boat (tad) Election; District of Brevard Titus ille and Salt Lake. '!;.1' "
E dc County Florida dq concur and THIS STAPLE AND FAUCIConfectioneries GROCER
yesterday; PP.v line of for _
\ conveyances
.. ... *sfr"A: regular .
join in the ibregoingp! Zlcation of said "
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-CaptL..Ti:W:".Lund,.of ,the steamer '. the transportation of freight and passengers ,
firm, to-wit; Hodges and Voss, and most
Fox was inrtown jjwi 'week.Mrs. ., Special Opportunity above-named with Fine .
. respectfully' .request your Honorable between the places, Tobaccos antt'
J.G:'Sail has returned lo'Banana .
Board of County Commissioners of Bre safety and disruitch. CIGARS &
Btrer'after abort absence <
a vard Florida to the said
County, grant Connects with all steamers running to
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'Jackaon-vilklaat Saturday to spend a few in of
'i presence LAMPS&
line of FIXTURES
We have placed upon our Counters a of21t1 ,
For rates enquire

i. days.All orders from our patrons for orangeWrapswiiLhereafter H. RICE, J E. H. Rice, DISHES AND GLASSWARE, E. H. RICE, PKOPRIETOK. WOODEN bi. TINWA&E..;ti

be forwarded EMPOIUCM. *
c. o.. b., J.C.SANDIFORD. 10./RH.Rice H. Voss., GOODS, I R. C. SCRIJIGEOLR, Meal, Corn:. '

-If you wish to dispose of your place ABRAHAM PARKIN E. H. Rice & USEFUL NOVELTIES TO:BE SOLD Naturalist and Taxidermist.' t,' $'.

it wfll pajryou to place Inn the charge of SON. {O.H. Voss. Having got fairly settled In ray new store Hay
CHEAP.In corner Main street and Washington avenue. ,
Messrs.Pritchard &May. M. E. ENGLISH, (E. H. Rice,. will be pleased to show customers tho fol.
IO.H.VOSS. order to make room for the arrival of. lowing lined of goods:
-We'calI attention to the attractive I, BIRDS mounted in variety.
great Oats
of :Messrs.-W.M..Thomas ,
kind the men tlutfshwt .
lOHVoss. We cordially Invite ais in.syec- Slwrt icy yofxls of every
A Co. on our editorial pagethis week. '1
Oil stores :
R.C.SCRDIGEOUR Rice & tindjlsh. a
English tion ofTHE also agents for "
-: -Mrs.'3L.EL. .Titus started from this f)1 E English. Paints, Oils'Brushes, Hardware, TableWare ,

\hce on Tuesday morning, Enterprise G. MACKENZIE, {E H Rice BARGAINSToo Razors, Pocket Knives etc. Jacob Reeds' Sons, 1.

where she expects spend the winter :M E English. ( numerous to mention in this pace,) A choice line of Staple & Fancy Groceries. CLOTHIERS

JOSEPH BAYS., (E H Rice,. .And are confident that theLOW ORANGE WINE, Home manufacture ,

season.We think the oysters must have avery IM E English. PRICES VintageI5s2,perfectly pure and of exquisite: Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS:! .
JNO. 3L DIXON, E H Rice, bourineU :Nic Xacs and Curiosities in great
serious case to plead at the.'"bar" .as { variety. As of old what you cant find in the
M E Plainly marked the Goods will insure
English.EH on
; other stores,call on K.C. S. and you will be ,
they appear come up here and JOHNSI3IONSON ( Rice, sure to get suited. 'jy\
open out.The. IM E English.; QUICK SALES. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOgD8

County Commissioners will meet .J R WATSON, E H Rice, This is a CHANCE seldom OFFERED, A.. L. HATCH, '

next week for the purpose of granting a l O H Voss. and a visit to our Store will convince you. DEALER LvGROCERIES lienlsJhiClo4tMi & FarnisMi ML. 1

permit to"Messrs. Hodges & Voss for a D. COWIE, f E H Rice, of the FACT.

;; liquor license. M E English. Respectfully, J. M. Dixon
't. VAL. GAILER, ElI Rice, ,
will for the f C. W. 9IACKE'XZIE, PROVISIONS
s 'The time soon arrive ME English. TITCSVILLE, : : FLORID

commencement of syrup boiling and hisSA3IUELX E II Rice, TItusvllle, Fla. DRY GOODS,. Dealer in

'sugar'braking, "if the, bear have not des- BROWN, { W. .
troyed the cane." 4'' mark. :M E English.ANDREW Hardware and General MercWise Drugs, Medicines Chemicals,

-0.W.Mackensie, of this place, is GIBSON, foE S H E Rice Engli, h. C. J. HECTOR CITY POINT, FLORIDA. Fancy and Toilet Articles. +
March 1:1.: 4w 45 *
thoroughly cleaning up and renovatingthe hisANDREW ( EH Rice Perfumery, Dye-stnls.'s Paints Oils>
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Parkinson place, for what purposewe x ELLEN--I Uleucov,Mo. Tituavillc Flo. Varnishes&brushes,&almost everything

may see shortly. WOOD. mark' O'II V ax. Hardware and TITUS HOUSE, kept by a first-class Drug House.

-Messrs. T.P. Borden and W.,T.-Wy- his fE H Rice, Titusville, Indian River, Florida. strument Any drug needed, medicine or In-
SHADRICK x LEPTONmark < by customers
man, officers of the United States Coast (31 E Euglisli. Ii6r"The above is strictly a First-Class:! and not on hand, will be ordered.

Survey Sloop Steadfast passed through G. A.HO ic'T. ( E H Rice, General Produce Hotel, plea&mtly situated on Indian Prescriptions carefully compounded

this place last Thursday.We 131 E English. Ri\"cr,250 miles Soath of Jack- night or day with accuracy and dispatch

had the pleasure of being presentat J. E. MOORE, E H Rice, MERCHANT, vile, Florida.To by competent persons. Iy36NEWSPAPER

,and participating in, a pleasant hop { JI E English. the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker and

at the residence, of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. R. WRIGHT, ( E_H Rice, Melbourne.NovemberloW-1SSO. ft Florida.47 Invalid this House presents attractions
nowhere else to be found in the South.
Feaster, at LaGrange last Friday evening.The l\1 English. SubscrlptJuDgenc)'.
hisBERRIAN E H Rice, : Excellent hunting and fishing in the im The
steamer Ibis was launched from x NAIL, { NORWOOD'SFast : l11'tliate"icinity.. Pleasure boats undersigned having opened a

the ways last week, and is now awaiting mark M E EnglWi. Hack Line for Tourists always iu at- NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY \

the arrival of the inspectors and one large DAN-L CPHARA, E H Rice, tendance.

gear wheel,which are expected in a few { M E English. The manager forts of a assures home at bis moderate Guests all rates.the coin- Will be pleased to receive subscriptionsto


days.P.. E. Wager is now receiving the M E English.; The Cheapest and Most Direct OTTO II. TOSS Proprietor. Periodical or Newspaper published 1
his [E H Rice, October 25. 26 tf.
lumber for covering his new wharf, and AMOS x APPLEWHITE,{ I ROUTE I ---0-

which he expects to have ready" for the mark 0 II Voss. :ToTItuMVilleand Indian Opened for the-Season.A Save time, trouble and expense by applying 1-
accommodation of the traveling public ( ElI Rice, &- man who is interested in his own
in a few days. ROBERT MORROW.I CARRYING THE U. S. )(.\IL. to CHAS. H. NAUifAN, '.
welfare will be pleased to know that
31 E English Subscription
-We,were pleased to receive a call on -I-- ANDREW GIBSON
Tuesday afternoon from Sylvanus Kitch- Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.
Tropical House THREE trips weekly between the ST. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
ing, who has recently arrived from England JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. TitUNYllle THE SLOOP "AGNES '
and is now residing at New Haven -0ROCKLEDGE-
with his Leaves Enterprise EVEUY MondayWctl- AND SERVE IS STYLE TO SUIT I'ATKONrf.o :. commanded by ,
familY.'Rememoor nesday and Friday
Morning, arriving at -- CAPTAIN JOHN JIcLEAN
,-: that Norwood's Hack Titusville the SAME day. + Plain and
Indian River Florida. Fancy Cake made to order. Makes
regular trips oa Indian PJvcr.
Line will carry you tri-weekly to -
connecting with the St. Johns River S. RYDER, ReturningLeaves Baleri Lread always on hand. SHE CAKIU A PULL 3LTPLT OFGroceriesDryGoods

steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to Titusville EvEurTucsday.! : Thursday AJso a firat-cla-sa Barber shop attachl'tt.Cut .
Ownerand Proprietor. ,
Enterprise, i 4. and Saturday morning, arriving at This Oil s Canned Goods,
Enterprise In the evening.-Address
-'V hear it that P. D. Wenaou
reported -
House is
centrally located at Rock- .l"'ID Hats, Boots and Shoes,
of Banana River,has rented the Lund in the far-famed Indian W. S. Norwood, -.ID OwtIWlc t ), auY-, :
ledge River
region o'Ly.oaowr U-WilCk 6xurt Ladies'Shoes In Prints all
House for the winter We great variety;
coming sea ou.
of Florida and all the advantages TITUSVILLE/FLOllIDA. *
possesses new patterns at low prices.
are pleased to learn that Mr. Wesson has AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
of Climate, Health and Pleasure ,
secured the Lund House and hope that of this newly developed region of Florida. PE1TCHAED&MAY, AM Good a< tbe Best: Realy-Me (Wing, Toilet Articles; .,:'

he will meet with success. Salt Water OFFER FOR SALE SOT lOSS.
Boating; Fishing, Oysters, : If you are iu want of in the
-Capt. William Reed, of Boston, who Hunting; Rocky Shore, Superb Scenery, Business For the cash ol1ly. 1t
Residence Lots Starch lo,4G ftu.PIONEER. ?*
has been spending the winter seasons on together with the fine<<>l Oranges,Bananas, Tinware line call on. f

Indian River for severalyears past arrived Pine-apples and Guavas, are some of the and Dwellings in F. C. Allen COOPERAGE.

here last weekHe has painted and advantages to be found in this favored '
Syrup Barrels $2.50. *
launched the "Sarah A." and is ready to locality. TI.TUSVILLE.Also Georgia na, : ; Florida.If .
Gauged to order, ten cents extra. .'
start for his the Banana River.
place on
RATES, $2.50 PER DAY. Unimproved Lots In o

-From several persons direct from Arranycmcnia made by i/u leek or.ll iifla. what you want is not in stock he C. O. B.

Jacksonville and also a letter from Capt. November Mh 1& 2* Cm Indian River City. will make it fur you before you leave.A Honey Barrels, and Oval Water "

Joe Smith to a citizen of our place we stock of firstcla.Vare always on '
leant that the Cinderella is coming on Established 1878. figfHave a large list of hand. Repairing done on short notice. Breakers .: ?.:

November t IsSl. From 2.00 : : Up. ,:
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the Salt Lake route. Now let our Hotel '
managers make big preparation for the 0 : rO Orange Groves, Tanks --'
EggsV anted.
:Ve it known to the
Cinderella with her splendid euplu and all kinds .,f COO 'EJ: WORK to order. &;
passenger I of Indian River and After
vicinity I December 15th, the highest mar- II"
accommodations will bring many tourists that ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST.GLASS ket price will be paid for fresh ejrgs. Also: T. JO11XSO.Y, ':.1

and pleasure seekers to our place. o -o wanted, 50 head of turkeys and 150 head '
PIXE LANDS, of c1 ckcn.;. Address H. J. FAULKSEB LaGrange :' : Florida. 1
Some idea of the travel to Jacksonville S. RYDER ,
27t6] Atlantic House, Oak Hill Fla. .'
and on the upper St.Johns can be formed 3 -Which we are offering at- LUMBER '?!

b> reading the following items clipped ha< again returned from Stereoscope Views. Will be furnished to Order on short notice j&:
from the Time-Union, of the 10th inst.: New York and oilers to the I BOTTOM PRICES.PINEAPPLE CHOICE SUN PRINTS OK TUOPICAL }'L.\. ?

"Every stateroom on the steamer City of public theLargest Furnished to all who apply to at SIS'.OO per thousand. ,

Jacksonville, which left here for Sanford I o 0 LANDS, 8PEXCERRIOUR, LUMBER & SHINGLES I:

last evening, was engaged before 9 o'clockye and Most Complete Assortment First Quality At Low Figure Jupiter Light house, Florida. Always on hand. -" '.\4sT)

>terday morning."......"Travel to this .trir'Vit'w of Yachting parties made to
Several 'I
Large TractOf C. MAGRUDER
& CO.
city i is constantly increasing. Yesterdaythe I J of goods in the county, con-j order. 27yl

two Savannah trains brought in over "6 siding ofGENE1iAL o HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS, :FOR INDIAN RIVER. S. RYDER. j

three hundred passengers to say nothingof "

those who arrived via the Florida Cen 31UUC11AXD1SE, well adapted. to HART & SMITHS' Has just received and KOCKLEDGE continues to keep -;:

tral and Western, and Fernandina and Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables. in stock
Oof a full and complete stock of Gr>- :
Jacksonville roads." every description. It w Also Hockledge Line.The ccries, Boots in
unimproved Lands in all sections & Shoes, Hats.& Caps
..... 110:necessary to quote prices Steamer "ASTATULA "
Merchandise '
variety and General
Hotel Arrival or name )kinds of goods, but of the Will leave
county. and
whatever Enterprise every of every description. Ask for whatever
want call
Nov. you may
For the week ending Tuesday,
13th, 183. or end to \ \ FEW VEKY DENIIt.111LEHomesteads Tuesday for Rockledge, and will you may want. One price to alL Canned: .1:1:

TITUS HOL'.SE.Gtorge -O leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt Goods of every description a specialty. :;:

Cleveland, William Cleveland, S. Ryder's: Rockledge i Left. Lake Jin 1 Titusville every Friday.RETIiItNING .

Fla A Sty >- Parties Laying money to purclut-e mort- LUMBER ? *< ,.';
John R Miot, Rockledge ; } No trouble to thaw goods. Kpxl attending Will
gages, will find safe invv>tment+ on undou'jted .1 leave Lake Poinisett Wed Will be furnished to order short uotfce ,
man, Indian lover, Fla; T P Borden, to all att>.l one price. Go to the oil stand atRocMulje security esilay at 4 p. m., and Salt every Lake: on "
Geodetic end&e for icn jd f. If don't i every at $13.00 thosand. Dressed Inw- :
WTWyman, U S Coast and you :aturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. per g

1: iurvey, and .William Rose, Cook; L G see what you toant cut for it. I -0--- Prompt close connections made with ber'froiu$20.00 ttf 34.00 per thousand. ...?|

Stringfcllow, Enterprise, Fla; SylvanusKitching S. RYDER Real Estate placed in our hands for ale, daily line. steamers for,;Jacksonville and LUMBER & SHINGLES "i
exchange, or to.let, will r" f ire prompt all points North. '. t
and wife, Walter Etching, I attention. ahvays on hand.

New Haven, Fla. i 2Srn3] ROCKLEDGE FLORIDA. 1itusr.ll\: :,May ii,J>>3 I tf 3 tf 'Calt.' Joe Smith,
P. M.
Manager. I FISHER.


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